'Immigration Hardliners' in AZ Draw 'Scorn' From Unidentified Opponents

Phoenix bureau chief Marc Lacey shows his usual fair-and-balanced outlook on immigration enforcement: "Despite boycotts and accusations that the state has become a haven of intolerance, Arizona ...

The Times Finds Very Pregnant Mexican to Argue Against Conservative 'Birthright' Talk

The front of the Times told a heart-rending story from the Arizona border, of a pregnant Mexican woman being deported who had tried to waddle north to America for a better life. Reporter Marc ...

AZ Immigration Law Divides 'Law-and-Order' Defender of 'Hard-Edged Policies' vs. Compassionate Opponent 'More Willing to Give'

Stark bias from reporter Marc Lacey on a couple divided on Arizona's new immigration law: "Because he serves summonses for a living, owning his own business, Mr. Sotelo tends to be the ...

Times Again Covers for Left-Wing Honduran Authoritarian Manuel Zelaya, Ally of Hugo Chavez

Marc Lacey claimed: "President Manuel Zelaya was forcibly removed by soldiers at the behest of the Honduran Congress and Supreme Court and then illegally bundled out of the country in his ...

'Crackpot' Republicans Behind 'Lunatic Magnet' Arizona's 'Crackpot' Immigration Law

Former New York Times reporter Timothy Egan is not a fan of the new illegal immigration crackdown in Arizona: "The crackpot laws owe their genesis to the crackpots who dominate Republican ...

'Crackpot' Republicans Behind 'Lunatic Magnet' Arizona's 'Crackpot' Immigration Law

Former Times reporter Timothy Egan: "The crackpot laws owe their genesis to the crackpots who dominate Republican politics, who in turn cannot get elected without the backing of crackpot media."

Dictators and (Obama's) Double Standards

When it came to the rigged election in Iran, Barack Obama played it cool in his public statements, earning the tacit approval of the Times. But when the Honduran military toppled that country's ...

The Overly Mysterious "Muxes" of Mexico

Meet the Muxes, a mysterious "third category" of person with "special intellectual and artistic gifts"...or maybe just a bunch of transvestities in Mexico?

Murderous Che Guevara Still Chic at the NYT

Che Guevara chic still reigns at the Times: The "revolutionary icon" is at least being "used to inspire the next generation of Cubans."

How Nice: "Hippocrates Meets Fidel"

Marc Lacey's provides the Cuban regime some positive PR. Plus: Does the U.S. "tar" Castro "as a dictator who suppresses his people"?
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