Did the Times Spike a Story Showing ACORN-Obama Ties?

A Republican lawyer made that claim at a House hearing, claiming information from an ACORN whistleblower.

Iseman Calls Times "Out of Control" on False McCain Affair Story

Iseman on the NYT's pursuit of false affair allegations: "I think they became so invested in this I believe that they would have had to have believed in the beginning that this was true....they ...

Keller, Promoting His Paper's Book on Obama, Denies Pro-Obama Slant

NYT Executive Editor Bill Keller, out promoting a New York Times book "Obama: The Historic Journey," denies pro-Obama media bias: " a rule, reporters don't fall in love with candidates. They ...

Now They Tell Us: John McCain a "War Hero," Barack Most Liberal Senator

With Obama safely in the White House, McCain-hostile reporter Elisabeth Bumiller says the military preferred McCain to the "liberal" Obama.

There's Even Hope for Pro-McCain Oklahoma

Kirk Johnson: "Not a single county in Oklahoma stirred from the orderly phalanx marching behind Mr. McCain, the senator from Arizona who was the Republican nominee....But that staunchly ...

It's Funny Because It's True

Dave Barry finds the leaders of Obama's fan club.

Vicki Iseman Sues Times for $27 Million for Defamation

The telecom lobbyist is charging that a February front-page story paper "falsely communicated" that she had a romantic relationship with Sen. John McCain.

Times Watch Quotes of Note 2008 - The NYT's Worst Quotes of the Year

The New York Times' embrace of Barack Obama's candidacy, and its fervent defense of him against John McCain's "racist" and unfair attacks, made 2008 a particularly bias-packed year for the paper. ...

Liberal Snob Egan Angry at "No Good" Joe the Plumber's Book Deal

Timothy Egan: "Joe, a k a Samuel J. Wurzelbacher, was no good as a citizen, having failed to pay his full share of taxes, no good as a plumber, not being fully credentialed, and not even any good ...

Race-Obsessed Nossiter Emphasizes White Turnout in Corrupt Dem's Defeat

Rep. William "Cold Cash" Jefferson of Louisiana was upset by Republican Anh Cao. But Adam Nossiter found no historic impact in the election of the first Vietnamese-American to Congress, only ...
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