8/4/2009 11:10 AM ET
Ever wanted to know more about the gay scene in Beirut? No? Well it's there anyway, on the front page of the Times travel section, in a bar-hopping story by reporter Patrick Healy.
2/20/2009 3:24 PM ET
Patrick Healy's story featuring the heroic Ron Martin, high school drama teacher extraordinaire: "This is the first time I've chosen a show for the high school because I had an agenda. In this ...
10/28/2008 12:23 PM ET
Patrick Healy is quick to put Michelle Obama's "proud of America" gaffe in context and suggest it's a discredited charge. The Times didn't give Cindy McCain quite that kind of consideration.
10/23/2008 2:54 PM ET
The hard-news Times even compiled a slide show of Palin's outfit, complete with snarky commentary: "But looking at the before-and-after photos, it was not readily apparent what Ms. Palin got from ...
10/16/2008 12:46 PM ET
Patrick Healy mocks McCain's debate performance two days after chiding Sarah Palin's speechmaking and her supporters, saying that McCain's performance went downhill when he "refused to let the ...
10/14/2008 3:31 PM ET
Patrick Healy thinks Sarah Palin's "partisan zeal" and "with-us-or-against-us message" could "repel some independent voters," and her speeches have "holes in logic." Does the gaffe machine Joe ...
10/13/2008 1:59 PM ET
The short version of Patrick Healy's piece: Every criticism a Republican makes against Obama, from saying he's "not one of us" to his relationship to Bill Ayers, is racially questionable.
10/10/2008 12:06 PM ET
Does this imply that Obama nation has nothing but lovely feelings for John McCain and Sarah Palin?
10/9/2008 1:38 PM ET
Snark: Obama borrowed "from a leader who talked a great deal about sunny days but very little about the budget deficits and debt that flowed from his policies."
10/7/2008 2:34 PM ET
Patrick Healy's piece on the future of the Supreme Court is actually a sharp improvement over a previous Times story that labeled "conservatives" on 18 occasions and liberals not once.