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Supremely Slanted: How the New York Times Pounds Conservatives and Coddles Liberals When Nominated for the Supreme Court
By The Media Research Center
2010

The Times Finds a Lone Crazed Assassin
By Peter Collier
February 22, 2010

How a New York Times Columnist Hurts Fellow Blacks
By Dennis Prager
December 8, 2009

Turkeys of the Year
By Michelle Malkin
November 25, 2009

Baltimore's Dem Mayor on Trial for Embezzlement: Times Lends Moral Support
By Clay Waters
November 11, 2009

Times Leaves a Lot Out of Columbia Professor's Bar Fight
By Clay Waters
November 11, 2009

On Climate, Bad News Will Resume
By George Will
October 1, 2009

What’s Missing from the New York Times Coverage of ACORN
By Michelle Malkin
September 16, 2009

Van Jones: Unfit for Print
By Kyle Smith
September 14, 2009

A Deafening Silence
By Byron York
September 9, 2009

"Almost Entirely White and Irritable Crowd" of "Angry" Obama-Care Protesters
By Clay Waters
August 12, 2009

All the Spin Fit to Print
By Byron York
August 10, 2009

The Unbearable Whiteness of Being Maureen Dowd
By Jeffrey Lord
July 21, 2009

New York Times Finds Civil Rights Commission’s Condemnation of Hate Bill (And AG Holder’s Jim Snow Policies) Unfit to Print
By Nicholas Stix
July 1, 2009

New York Times Poll Showing 72% Support for Obama's Health Care Plan Was Stacked with Obama Supporters
By Christopher Neefus
June 24, 2009

NYT: Duke Lacrosse Players Killed Meredith Kercher
By Ann Coulter
June 18, 2009

PC NYT "Uncertain" about Religion of Synagogue-Bombing Plotters
By Clay Waters
May 22, 2009

All the News That's Fit to Suppress
By Michelle Malkin
May 20, 2009

Humanizing Hamas
By Anav Silverman
May 14, 2009

The End of Times?
By Bill O'Reilly
April 25, 2009

An Obit for the "Grey Lady"
By Rich Tucker
April 24, 2009

Another Times Blowhard
By Bruce Thornton
April 7, 2009

The Two-faced Brutality of Hope and Change
By Frank Salvato
April 5, 2009

The Mighty Acorn
By Bill O'Reilly
April 4, 2009

New York Times Spiked Obama Donor Story
By Michael P. Tremoglie
March 30, 2009

Multicultural Racism or Real Immigration Reform?
By Stephen Steinlight
February 23, 2009

The New York Times vs. Accurate Cuban History
By Humberto Fontova
February 19, 2009

Secondhand Children
By Ann Coulter
February 5, 2009

Kristol's Health Scare
By Bob Tyrrell
January 29, 2009

Murder Spree by People Who Refuse to Ask for Directions
By Ann Coulter
January 14, 2009

Why Does the New York Times Love Hamas?
By Steven Emerson
January 6, 2009

The Times’s Crime Confusions Persist
By Heather MacDonald
January 5, 2009

Top 10 Lowlights of the New York Times from Campaign 2008
By Clay Waters
December 29, 2008

Terrorist Ayers Has His Say on Same NYT Page McCain Was Refused
By Media Research Center
December 12, 2008

NYT Columnists Want Obama Inauguration Moved Up to Thanksgiving
By Media Research Center
November 25, 2008

No Tears for National Review
By Brent Bozell III
November 19, 2008

New York Times 'Hopes' Obama Is New Roosevelt
By Julia A. Seymour
November 10, 2008

Vox Tempora, Vox Dei
By James Bowman
November 5, 2008

It's Official: NYT Is Junk
By Mark Skousen
October 28, 2008

Times Film Reviewers Take on Marriage, Sort of
By Robert Knight
October 27, 2008

NYT: OK to Bash McCain, Yet Anti-Obama Mail Racially Suspect?
By Media Research Center
October 22, 2008

With Success of Surge, NY Times’ Iraq War Coverage Drops to All-Time Low
By Kevin Mooney
October 21, 2008

New York Times Ready to Blame Racism if Obama Loses
By Media Research Center
October 17, 2008

Hating the New York Times, Part 573
By Mona Charen
October 9, 2008

Gray Lady Dons a Cheerleader Skirt
By Jonah Goldberg
September 26, 2008

What Is an “Islamophobe?”
By Brigitte Gabriel
September 26, 2008

" . . . A Pro-Obama Advocacy Organization that Every Day Attacks the McCain Campaign"
By Roger Kimball
September 23rd, 2008

The Times in a Tizzy Over Palin
By Joel Mowbray
September 16, 2008

Trying to Dity Palin
By Hank Adler
September 15, 2008

New York Times Calls Extremists "Human Rights Advocates"
By Gilead Ini
September 15, 2008

'Barack Hussein Obama' Now Okay with the New York Times
By Media Research Center
August 29, 2008

Propaganda Fit to Print at the New York Times
By Alex Safian, PhD
August 28, 2008

Themes for the Barackathon
By Jed Babbin
August 25, 2008

New York Times Bemoans Killer’s Execution
By Janet M. LaRue
August 8, 2008

The New York Times’s Fulbright Campaign
By Andrea Levin
August 5, 2008

Math Is Harder for Girls
By Heather MacDonald
July 31, 2008

PC Newspapers
By The Weekly Standard
July 26, 2008

The New York Times and Liberal Fairness
By David Limbaugh
July 25, 2008

Pro-Obama Bias? New York Times TV Critic: What Pro-Obama Bias?
By Media Research Center
July 24, 2008

Burqa-Clad Woman Denied French Citizenship
By Stephen Brown
July 24, 2008

McCain vs. "Destiny"
By Brent Bozell III
July 23, 2008

The Gray Lady Rails Against "Coercive Methods"
By Andrew Walden
July 22, 2008

The NY Times Strikes Again
By Bobby Eberle
July 22, 2008

The New York Times Disses McCain Op-ed After Running Obama's
By Media Research Center
July 22, 2008

The New York Times: A Year-Long Analysis
By HonestReporting.com
July 16, 2008

The New York Times Vs. Helms, Part 529,876
By Ann Coulter
July 9, 2008

Obama Ticks Off The Times
By Bill Murchison
July 8, 2008

Grill Power
By Heather MacDonald
July 2, 2008

Political Editor for NYT Admits More Liberals in Newsrooms
By Media Research Center
July 1, 2008

N.Y. Times Names Names, Jeopardizes Safety — Again
By Ronald Kessler
June 26, 2008

The Times, It Ain’t a-Changin’
By Bruce Bawer
June 25, 2008

Kristof: Never Mind the Terrorists
By Steven Emerson
June 24, 2008

Progress? So What
By Cal Thomas
June 24, 2008

NYT Defends Michelle Obama, Suggests "Proud" Gaffe Overcovered
By Media Research Center
June 19, 2008

NYT: McCain Didn't Learn Correct Liberal Lessons from Vietnam
By Media Research Center
May 21, 2008

Revising History: NY Times Op-Ed Promotes Pappe
By HonestReporting.com
May 20, 2008

The NYT's Crusade Against McCain
By Amanda Carpenter
May 5, 2008

Who Needs Vigilance? The NY Times and 'Intifada High'
By Adam Brodsky
May 2, 2008

The Times' War Against the Vets
By Dan Rabkin
April 24, 2008

The Remaking of American Journalism
By Jeff Breinholt
April 22, 2008

What about Sami?
By Steven Emerson
April 21, 2008

Rev. Wright Blasted New York Times
By Amanda Carpenter
March 31, 2008

NYT: Obama's 'Nuanced' Race Speech Marks Return of Lincoln, JFK
By Media Research Center
March 21, 2008

Obama's Church of Slurs
By Brent Bozell III
March 19, 2008

The New Dhimmi Times
By Frank J. Gaffney, Jr.
March 18, 2008

Why Is the NYT So Naïve?
By Martin Peretz
March 10, 2008

Chilly Times Ahead
By Clay Waters
March 6, 2008

NY Times on McCain's Citizenship 'Not Serious,' Experts Say
By Penny Starr
February 29, 2008

McCain's Good Times
By George Will
February 28, 2008

New York Times' Unsubstantiated Assault as a Boost to McCain
By Paul Weyrich
February 26, 2008

Bad Times
By Thomas Sowell
February 26, 2008

N.Y. Times Slimes McCain
By Brent Bozell
February 26, 2008

New York Times in Legal Hot Water?
By James Hirsen
February 26, 2008

Sex Scandal At The New York Times
By Dinesh D'Souza
February 25, 2008

The New York Times' Assault on Working Women
By Carol Platt Liebau
February 25, 2008

McCain Calls Out the Times
By Patrick J. Buchanan
February 23, 2008

McCain at War with the New York Times
By Jed Babbin
February 22, 2008

Scumbag Journalism
By Jacob Laksin
February 22, 2008

Times Executes A Well-Timed Ambush
By Michael Reagan
February 22, 2008

A Suspect Story Seals a Deal
By Wesley Pruden
February 22, 2008

The New York Slimes
By Mike Gallagher
February 22, 2008

The Gray Lady's Double Standard
By Jonah Goldberg
February 22, 2008

Bad News
By Debra J. Saunders
February 22, 2008

Who's in the Times' Corner on Its McCain Hit Piece? So Far, No One
By Clay Waters
February 22, 2008

NY Times Begins Its Campaign Against GOP Frontrunner
By Susan Jones
February 21, 2008

Innuendo: McCain Forced to Defend Himself
By Susan Jones
February 21, 2008

Supporting the Troops
By Thomas Sowell
February 19, 2008

Paper of CAIR
By Steve Emerson
February 8, 2008

The War Card
By John Perazzo
February 1, 2008

When the NY Times Speaks, I Listen
By Bobby Eberle
January 29, 2008

Surprise! The Times Attacks the Messenger
By Andrew C. McCarthy
January 24, 2008

Liberals Attacking Soldiers
By Robert Maginnis
January 22, 2008

Poll: Public Distrust Media's Iraq Coverage
By Fred Lucas
January 21, 2008

Some Fictional Horrors of War
By Mark Steyn
January 21, 2008

The New 'Lepers'
By Ralph Peters
January 21, 2008

Smear Campaign
By Oliver North
January 18, 2008

New York Times Slimes U.S. Veterans with Dubious Crime Stats
By Media Research Center
January 15, 2008

No Conservatives!!!
By Harry Stein
January 3, 2008

New York Times Taking a Beating
By Jim Meyers
November 29, 2007

NYT: An Undocumented Newspaper
By Ann Coulter
November 28, 2007

New York Times 6 Month Study
By HonestReporting.com
November 21, 2007

NYT: Suicide Manual for Dems
By Ann Coulter
November 21, 2007

How America Treats Its Military
By Chuck Colson
October 24, 2007

The New York Times' Left-Wing Discount
By Dinesh D'Souza
October 1, 2007

New York Times Covers for CAIR, Again
By Steven Emerson
October 1, 2007

MoveOn's Misfire
By Nathan Tabor
September 27, 2007

Sauce for the Times
By George Will
September 26, 2007

MoveOn.org Will Pay Full Price for Discounted Ad
By Susan Jones
September 24, 2007

'General Betray Us' Ad Violated Election Law, Group Says
By Randy Hall
September 20, 2007

The Attacks on Gen. Petraeus
By William Rusher
September 20, 2007

Text of Letter Requesting Probe of NY Times' 'Possible In-Kind Political Contribution'
By Rep. Tom Davis (R-Va.)
September 19, 2007

The Party of George Soros
By David Limbaugh
September 18, 2007

Big Media Welfare
By William Wilson
September 18, 2007

All the News Fit for the Bird Cage
By Burt Prelutsky
September 17, 2007

Iraq War Backers Seek Same Ad Rate as MoveOn.org
By Randy Hall
September 14, 2007

NY Times: Bush Refuses to Recognize 'His Failure in Iraq'
By Susan Jones
September 14, 2007

New York Times Covers for CAIR, Again
By Steven Emerson
August 17, 2007

My New York Times Problem
By Phyllis Chesler
August 15, 2007

Cop Killers in High Places
By Heather MacDonald
July 23, 2007

Swerving Around Riots
By John Leo
July 19, 2007

Times Magazine Profile of Livni Mangles Key Issues
By Alex Safian, PhD
July 17, 2007

Parents of Keren Malki, Victim of Hamas Bombing, Condemn NYT and HBO for Glamorizing Their Child's Killer in "Hothouse" Film
By Militant Islam Monitor
July 17, 2007

The New York Times Surrenders
By Victor Davis Hanson
July 13, 2007

Living History … with the New York Times
By Andrew C. McCarthy
July 9, 2007

Dissonance at the Times
By Tom Donnelly
July 8, 2007

Op-Ed Freebees for Hamas: Can Osama Be Far Behind?
By Marvin Hier and Abraham Cooper
July 5, 2007

New York Times Publishes Photo of Smiling Terrorist
By Lee Green, Ricki Hollander
July 3, 2007

NY Times and Washington Post Legally Complicit in Terror?
By HonestReporting.com
June 28, 2007

The Rules, They Are a-Changin'
By Rich Galen
June 20, 2007

New York Times, I Weep for You
By Ed Koch
June 11, 2007

Misunderstanding the Surge
By Frederick W. Kagan
June 5, 2007

There Are Indeed Two Americas -- and Two Types of Americans
By Jack Kelly
June 5, 2007

Massive Terrorist Plot! NYT: See Page 30
By Ben Johnson
June 4, 2007

Headline of the Month
By The New Criterion
June 2007

A Lesson in Open-Borders Math
By Michelle Malkin
May 2, 2007

New York Times Publishes CNI Propaganda Ad
By Steven Stotsky
April 26, 2007

Steven Emerson Refutes N.Y. Times Piece that Attempted to Conceal CAIR's Terror Ties
By Militant Islam Monitor
March 29, 2007

New York Times Wrong on Israel’s Origin and “Right of Return”
By Alex Safian, PhD
March 28, 2007

NY Times Editors' Note: Woman Featured as Iraq Vet Never in Iraq
By Media Research Center
March 27, 2007

The Soft Bigotry of The New York Times Magazine
By Mark Hemingway
March 27, 2007

Kristof's Blame-Israel Rant
By Tamar Sternthal
March 21, 2007

More New York Times Anti-Israel Bias
By Kenneth Levin
March 20, 2007

The New York Times Proves Bush Right on Iraq
By Ben Johnson
March 19, 2007

All the News That's Fit to Pay For?
By Michelle Malkin
March 14, 2007

New York Times Denying Palestinian Hate Indoctrination
By Ricki Hollander and Tamar Sternthal
March 12, 2007

The 'Must Not Do' List
By Jed Babbin
March 5, 2007

The Politics of Correction
By The New Criterion
March 2007

When Skepticism Becomes Dangerous
By Jonathan Tobin
February 26, 2007

Dirty Bomber Wannabe Jose Padilla's Lawyers Leak Wiretap Info to N.Y. Times in Attempt to Bias Jurors
By Militant Islam Monitor
January 26, 2007

The Stripper Has No Clothes
by Ann Coulter
January 17, 2007

It's Not Torture and It Is Necessary
By Rabbi Aryeh Spero
January 16, 2007

Out of Africa
By Faith McDonnell
January 11, 2007

Covering for the Kremlin's Archbishop
By Lloyd Billingsley
January 10, 2007

A New Course for the UN?
By Joseph Klein
January 9, 2007

Gas, Lies and Audiotape
By James Taranto
January 9, 2007

NY Times Admits to a Blatant Lie
By Janice Shaw Crouse
January 4, 2007

All the Abortion Lies Fit to Print
By Michelle Malkin
January 3, 2007

Top Ten Lowlights of The New York Times in 2006
By Clay Waters
December 28, 2006

The Absolute Worst Quotes of the Year from the New York Times
By The Times Watch
December 19, 2006

DOCEX Down
By Michael Tanji
November 9, 2006

False Alarm
By The Weekly Standard Editors
November 4, 2006

Fooling the Times
By William McGowan
November 3, 2006

New York Times' Errors on Terror
By Ed Royce
November 2, 2006

A Return to the New York Times' Swift Disaster
By Austin Bay
November 1, 2006

The State of Scholarship at Columbia [on Rashid Khalidi]
By Rick Richman
October 18, 2006

The Old Gray Liar
By Patrick Poole
October 4, 2006

Let's Dare Call It "Treason"
By Michael Reagan
September 28, 2006

All the Films that Are Fit to Censor
By Jason Maoz
September 15, 2006

All the News that Didn’t Fit
By Jerry Bowyer
September 13, 2006

The NYT's New Duke LaCrosse Team Assault
By Stuart Taylor Jr.
August 31, 2006

Witness for the Prosecution?
By Stuart Taylor, Jr.
August 29, 2006

The NYT: Hezbollah's Cheerleader
By Michael Reagan
August 21, 2006

You're What's Happenin'!
By James Taranto
August 11, 2006

Rehabbing Islamic Extremists
By Paul Sperry
August 7, 2006

For the Times and Castro, Love at First Sight
By  Clay Waters
August 2, 2006

The Gray Lady: You Go Girl!
By Rich Galen
August 1, 2006

Deja Vu, All Over Again
By Scott Johnson
July 31, 2006

New York Times Care Package to Deployed Troops – Big Box of White Sheets
By Greg Scott
July 25, 2006

Fire, or Ice?
By William Rusher
July 20, 2006

Kind Words for Israel's Sworn Enemies
By Clay Waters
July 19, 2006

Who Is the Real Threat to America?
By David Limbaugh
July 18, 2006

New York Times: Better Dead Than Read
By Ann Coulter
July 12, 2006

The L Word
By NRO Editors
July 12, 2006

The New Gay Times
By Brent Bozell III
July 12, 2006

Signs at the Times
By Phyllis Chesler
July 11, 2006

O Times, O Mores!
By Paul Greenberg
July 11, 2006

Introducing Eric Lichtblau
By The Prowler
July 10, 2006

All the News That's Fit to Prosecute
By Gabriel Schoenfeld
July 8, 2006

What the New York Times Has Wrought
By The Prowler
July 7, 2006

If the Left Weren't Hypocritical
By Byron York
July 6, 2006

The Private Interests of the Press
By Brent Bozell III
July 6, 2006

Gray Lady’s Serial Spills
By Deroy Murdock
July 6, 2006

The Newspaper of Wreckage
By Michelle Malkin
July 5, 2006

Because the NY Times Says So
By Jonah Goldberg
July 5, 2006

The Shame of the Times
By Bruce Bartlett
July 5, 2006

National Security Be Damned
By Heather Mac Donald
July 3, 2006

Leaks and the Law
By Gabriel Schoenfeld
July 3, 2006

The Press and National Security
By Robert J. Caldwell
July 3, 2006

Why Is the New York Times So Wicked?
By Rabbi Aryeh Spero
June 30, 2006

Treason on West 43rd Street
By Michael Reagan
June 30, 2006

NYT's Latest Conspiracy Theories
By Michael Lewis
June 30, 2006

Times 2, Bush 0
By Pat Buchanan
June 30, 2006

"Show Me the Money!"
By Oliver North
June 30, 2006

Should NYT Reporters Go to Jail?
By Amanda B. Carpenter
June 30, 2006

New York Times' Open-Borders Hissy-Fit
By Don Feder
June 30, 2006

Squeeze Gray Lady Till She Squeals
By Human Events
June 30, 2006

The NY Times Points Cranks, Radicals, al-Qaeda Operatives and Would Be Assassins to the Summer Homes of Cheney and Rumsfeld
By David Horowitz
June 30, 2006

Teaching the Times a Lesson
By Tim Wilson
June 30, 2006

Sulzberger Responds to 'WSJ' Editorial Slamming the 'NYT'
By Editor & Publisher Staff
June 30, 2006

Fit and Unfit to Print
Wall Street Journal
June 30, 2006

Bill’s Secrets
By Denis Boyles
June 30, 2006

The War Against Terror and The New York Times
Center for Individual Freedom
June 29, 2006

NYT: All the Treason That's Fit to Print
By Deroy Murdock
June 29, 2006

Hate -- Pure, Unadulterated, Irrational Hate
By Michael Graham
June 29, 2006

A Press Storm Over Secrets
By Jeff Jacoby
June 29, 2006

And People Say Blogs Don't Matter
By Tim Chapman
June 29, 2006

Some of My Best Friends Are Journalists
By Hugh Hewitt
June 29, 2006

All the Classified Info That's Fit to Disclose
By James Lileks
June 29, 2006

The Terrorist-Tipping Times
By Michelle Malkin
June 28, 2006

NYT Defends: Terrorists Should Have Known About Money Tracking…
By Susan Jones
June 28, 2006

Stemming the Flood
By Cal Thomas
June 28, 2006

Protecting Secrets Calls for Strong Measures
By Linda Chavez
June 28, 2006

Unity on a Newspaper's Terms
By Jonah Goldberg
June 28, 2006

Our Policy of Going Only After the leakers (and Fitfully at That) Obviously Hasn't Worked
By Jack Kelly
June 28, 2006

Spying Concerns Prove Well-Founded
By Joe Scarborough
June 28, 2006

A Public Hanging Might Be Overkill
By Wesley Pruden
June 28, 2006

Security v. Freedom in a World Gone Mad
By Kathleen Parker
June 28, 2006

“A Good Program…to Make Us Safer…Is Over.”
By Byron York
June 28, 2006

President Bush Stands Tall in War on Terror
By Maggie Gallagher
June 27, 2006

The New York Times Strikes Again
By Paul Greenberg
June 27, 2006

The Media vs. the President -- Again
By Bill Murchison
June 27, 2006

NY Times Should Face the Music
By Bobby Eberle
June 27, 2006

Why Times Losing Trust
By Media Research Center
June 27, 2006

New York Times for Terrorists - President: Paper's Disclosure of Secret Program, "Does Great Harm to the United States of America"
Militant Islam Monitor
June 27, 2006

Government By and For the New York Times
By Rich Lowry
June 27, 2006

Lasering in on Leaks
By Andrew C. McCarthy
June 27, 2006

New York Times Article Aids and Abets Terrorism
By David Limbaugh
June 27, 2006

Reminder to the N.Y. Times: We Are At War
By NewsMax.com
June 27, 2006

Secrets, Anyone?
By Paul Greenberg
June 27, 2006

Bush Slams Leak of Terror Finance Story
By Terence Hunt
June 26, 2006

NYT Bank Story Condemned as 'Disgrace'
By Media Research Center
June 26, 2006

Why Do "They" Hate Us?
By Michael Barone
June 26, 2006

Stop the Leaks
By The NRO Editors
June 26, 2006

They’re Just More Important Than You Are
By Andrew C. McCarthy
June 26, 2006

Congressman Urges: Indict N.Y. Times!
By WorldNetDaily.com
June 25, 2006

Peter King: Prosecute New York Times
By NewsMax.com
June 25, 2006

The Media’s War Against the War Continues
By Andrew C. McCarthy
June 23, 2006

Save Some Outrage for the Murderers
By Jack Dunphy
June 22, 2006

Never, Ever Trust the New York Times
By Michael Lewis
June 15, 2006

Castro's Inventor
By Bruce Bartlett
June 13, 2006

AIM Confronts New York Times
By Cliff Kincaid
June 7, 2006

Amendment XXVIII: The Phantom Menace
By James Taranto
June 1, 2006

No Good Deed . . .
By New Criterion
June 2006

NY Times Embraces Gore's Vision of Apocalypse: "A Necessary Film"
By Media Research Center
May 25, 2006

Darfur, Arab Genocide and The New York Times
By Kenneth Levin
May 19, 2006

Your Civil Liberties Are Safe
By James Taranto
May 15, 2006

Scoop? We Didn't Have Any Scoop!
By James Taranto
May 12, 2006

Blowback on the Press
By Michael Barone
May 1, 2006

Our Rotten IntelligenCIA
WSJ
April 26, 2006

Hillary: At Home With New York Times
By Clay Waters
April 20, 2006

Rally Round the Criminals
By Don Feder
April 14, 2006

Honey, I Forgot to Slander
By Jason Maoz
April 6, 2006

NYT, Broken Clock: Both Occasionally Correct
By Ann Coulter
March 29, 2006

Choosing Ignorance
By Stephen F. Hayes
March 28, 2006

Welcome to My World, Claude Allen
By Ann Coulter
March 15, 2006

Put the Times Under Surveillance
By Cliff Kincaid
March 15, 2006

The Slipping Academic Color Bar?
By Lowell Ponte
March 15, 2006

New York Times Front-Page Profile March 11, 2006: Dr. Wafa Sultan
By MEMRI
March 14, 2006

Media Shockingly Ignorant of Muslims Among Us
By Mark Steyn
March 13, 2006

NYT Imam Series Not Even Journalism 101
By Diana West
March 13, 2006

NYT, Liberals Have Become Cowards
By Rabbi Aryeh Spero
February 28, 2006

Main Stream Media Hypocrisy
By Nathan Tabor
February 17, 2006

NY Times and Washington Post Bury Story on Foiled Al Qaeda Attacks
By Noel Sheppard
February 10, 2006

Hypocrisy on Parade: Times Runs Photo of Dung-Clotted "Virgin Mary"
By Times Watch
February 8, 2006

David Cay Johnston Explains It All
By Catherine Seipp
February 7, 2006

NY Times: Humanizing Jew-Killers
By David Horowitz
February 3, 2006

Here We Go Again...
By Mark Alexander
January 27, 2006

Exposure - Did the New York Times Break the Law with Its Wire-Tapping Story?
By Scott Johnson
January 24, 2006

Arab Propaganda and the New York Times
By Sharon Lapkin
January 24, 2006

Media's Coverage of Scandal Exposes Bias
By Bruce Bartlett
January 24, 2006

The Dishonesty Of The New York Times
By Captain's Quarters
January 18, 2006

N.Y. Times Caught in Photo Fakery
WorldNetDaily
January 16, 2006

The Worst of Times
By David Tell
January 16, 2006

Indict The New York Times
By Henry Mark Holzer
January 9, 2006

NY Times Facing NSA Leak Indictment?
NewsMax
January 6, 2006

Over the Line: Are Christians 'Boobs'?
By Chuck Colson
January 5, 2006

For the Record
By Michael Rubin
January 5, 2006

Why We Don't Trust Democrats With National Security
By Ann Coulter
January 4, 2006

A Leak Is a Leak Is a Leak
By Michelle Malkin
January 4, 2006

The Soviets Had the KGB -- Al Qaeda Has the NYT
By Mac Johnson
January 2, 2006

Prez Owes NYTimes Journos His Gratitude
By Tony Snow
December 30, 2005

New York Times Accused of Toying with Treason
By Jim Kouri
December 30, 2005

The New York Times vs. America
By Michelle Malkin
December 28, 2005

"Top Secret" Front Page News
By Lt. Col. Gordon Cucullu
December 27, 2005

All the News that's Fit to Ignore
By Michael Barone
December 26, 2005

Frank Rich Joins the Fringe
By Cliff Kincaid
December 26, 2005

The Left's Privacy Hypocrites
By Michelle Malkin
December 21, 2005

The New York Times-ACLU War on National Security
By John Perazzo
December 21, 2005

Impeaching "Big Brother"?
By Ben Johnson
December 21, 2005

Unwarranted Outrage
By James S. Robbins
December 19, 2005

A War to the Death
By Frank J. Gaffney, Jr.
December 19, 2005

The Relentless Media Emphasis on the Negative in Iraq Obscures the Truth
By Jack Kelly
December 5, 2005

All the News That's Fit to Omit
By Michelle Malkin
November 2, 2005

Setting Murderers Free
By Ben Johnson
October 5, 2005

Beyond Parody at the Times
The New Criterion
October 2005

Katrina Culprit Given Folk Hero Status By NY Times
By Andrew Walden
September 26, 2005

Krugman Truth Squad
By Donald Luskin
September 21, 2005

New York Times Reports Palestinian Obligations as Israeli Demands
CAMERA
September 17, 2005

The New York Times Sort of Corrects Distorted Rice Interview
By Alex Safian
September 9, 2005

New York Times Interviewers Cook Rice statements
By Alex Safian
August 27, 2005

The New York Times Bashes the Jews
Barry Rubin
August 10, 2005

Passive Voice Genocide
By Jason Maoz
August 3, 2005

New York Times Anti-Israel Bias in Editorials As Bad As Ever
By Ricki Hollander
July 29, 2005

Double Standards on International Terrorism at the New York Times and AP
By Lee Green and Ricki Hollander
July 13, 2005

New York Times Reports as Fact Anti-Israel Propaganda
By Alex Safian
July 11, 2005

New York Times Anti-Israel Bias in Editorials As Bad As Ever
By Ricki Hollander
June 29, 2005

The Gray Lady Whitewashes Howard Dean
By Byron York
June 17, 2005

Correcting the Times' Reporting on the Top 1%
By Alan Reynolds
June 17, 2005

N.Y. Times Peddling New Doomsday Scenario
By Alan Reynolds
May 13, 2005

Times Fishes for Anti-DeLay Op-Ed
By Robert Novak
April 11, 2005

Times Wrong Again: Evidence That Lower Taxes Do Spur the Economy
By Lawrence Kudlow
April 7, 2005

The New York Times: What Jihad?
By Robert Spencer
February 28, 2005

Twisting the Proof
By PowerLineBlog.com
June 22, 2004

Gray Lady Sparks Karzai Story
By Bob Kohn
June 19, 2004

Another Disgrace at the New York Times
Power Line
June 19, 2004

The Liberals Who Cried “Didn’t Do Enough”
By Michelle Malkin
April 14, 2004

Disregarding Iraqi Jewish History
By HonestReporting.com
August 1, 2003

Academic Jihad
By Deborah Passner
July 31, 2003

Slandered Again
By David Tell
July 30, 2003

All the News that’s Fit to Print
By Bob Kohn
July 23, 2003

All the Scams that Fit
By Michelle Malkin
July 21, 2003

Troubled Times
By Bob Kohn
July 16, 2003

The Trouble with "Treason"
By David Horowitz
July 8, 2003

Duranty’s Deception
By John Berlau
July 8, 2003

You Don't Say
By Ann Coulter
June 19, 2003

"New" Editor, Old Bias
By Jason Maoz
June 19, 2003

Shocking Silence
By Andrew Sullivan
June 19, 2003

The Times Not A-Changin’
By Dick Morris
June 18, 2003

Rooting Out Hamas?
By HonestReporting.com
June 18, 2003

Pulitzer-Winning Lies
By Arnold Beichman
June 13, 2003

True Grit
By Ann Coulter
June 12, 2003

Maureen the Mythmaker
By Paul Greenberg
June 12, 2003

Turmoil at the Times
Wall Street Journal Editorial
June 6, 2003

We Don't Care, Liberals
By Ann Coulter
June 5, 2003

The New York Times’ Racism
By Tammy Bruce
May 28, 2003

Lies, The New York Times, and the Little Matter of Race
By Ann Coulter
May 22, 2003

The New York Times and the Left’s War on Truth
By Spencer Warren
May 20, 2003

The Old Gray Liar
By Ann Coulter
May 15, 2003

L’affaire Blair
By Heather MacDonald
May 14, 2003

All the Hypocrisy That’s Fit to Print
By Henry Mark Holzer
September 20, 2002

Killer Cowards
By David Harsanyi
July 26, 2002

Being Liberal Means Never Having to Say You're Sorry
By Ann Coulter
February 7, 2002

Faulty Timeline and Partisan Sources at the New York Times
By Lee Green
July 27, 2001


Books:

The Gospel According to the New York Times: How the World's Most Powerful News Organization Shapes Your Mind and Values
By William Proctor

Journalistic Fraud: How The New York Times Distorts the News and Why It Can No Longer Be Trusted
By Bob Kohn

Libel by New York Times
By J. Edward Pawlick

Buried by the Times: The Holocaust and America's Most Important Newspaper
By Laurel Leff

 


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On September 18, 1851, Speaker of the New York State Assembly Henry J. Raymond and Albany banker George Jones began publishing The New York Daily Times, whose name they permanently changed to The New York Times on September 14, 1857. The founders’ original intent was to publish the paper every morning except on Sundays, but during the Civil War they, like their competitors in the industry, began printing Sunday issues as well.

In a bold move in 1884, the Times decided to become a politically independent paper -- discontinuing its tradition of supporting only Republican candidates for elected office (and backing Democrat Grover Cleveland in that year's presidential election). As a result of this shift in policy, the Times initially experienced a decline in both income and circulation, but within a few years the paper had regained most of its lost readership.

In 1896, Chattanooga Times publisher Adolph Ochs acquired The New York Times and the following year he coined the paper's well-known slogan, "All The News That's Fit To Print." This motto was designed to distinguish the Times from such competing publications as the New York World and the New York Journal American, which were known for their sensationalist, scandal-mongering reporting, or yellow journalism. Under Ochs’ leadership, The New York Times grew both in stature and circulation, establishing itself as a publication of international reach.

In 1904 the newspaper moved its headquarters to the Longacre Square section of 42nd Street in Manhattan, renaming the area "Times Square"; this location would become famous for its New Year’s Eve tradition (begun in 1907) of lowering a lighted ball from the top of the Times building at the stroke of midnight. In 1913 the Times relocated to its current headquarters at 229 West 43rd Street. A new skyscraper that will serve as the paper’s future base of operations is currently under construction at West 41st Street and 8th Avenue.

Today The New York Times is America’s largest metropolitan newspaper and one of the most widely read dailies in the world, with a circulation (as of 2006) of approximately 1,142,464 copies on weekdays and 1,683,855 copies on Sundays. Owned by The New York Times Company, which also owns the Boston Globe and 14 other newspapers, the Times is published in New York City by Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, Jr. and is distributed internationally. It has 16 news bureaus in the New York region, 11 national news bureaus, and 26 foreign news bureaus. As of December 2005, the Times staff consisted of more than 350 full-time reporters and approximately 40 photographers, in addition to hundreds of free-lance contributors.

During the course of its history the Times has won 94 Pulitzer Prizes (including a record seven in 2002), far more than any other newspaper. These awards have sometimes been fraught with controversy, however. For example, Walter Duranty was a Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times Moscow correspondent in the 1930s who concealed his knowledge of Joseph Stalin's mass murders and other atrocities in the Soviet Union. In 1933, at the height of the Russian famine during which millions starved to death, Duranty wrote that "village makets [were] flowing with eggs, fruit, poultry, vegetables, milk and butter. … A child can see this is not famine but abundance." According to historians, reports such as these were crucial factors influencing President Franklin D. Roosevelt's decision to grant the Soviet Union diplomatic recognition in 1933. Writes historian Ronald Radosh,  "Duranty was a propagandist for Stalin and everything he wrote was a lie."

The Times was likewise dishonest in its reporting about the atrocities of the Nazi Holocaust. Journalism professor Laura Leff, author of Buried by The Times: The Holocaust and America’s Most Important Newspaper, explains:

What did The New York Times report about the Holocaust and how did its coverage affect America’s response to the Nazi genocide?

Throughout World War II, the American media published and broadcast timely, detailed, and accurate accounts of what was happening to the Jews in Europe. The New York Times alone printed nearly 1,200 articles about what we have now come to call the Holocaust, about one every other day.

The articles in the Times and elsewhere described the propagation of anti-Semitic laws in German allied countries; death from disease and starvation of hundreds of thousands in ghettos and labor camps; mass executions in Nazi-occupied Russia; and mass gassings in Auschwitz, Treblinka, and Maidanek. The articles also indicated that these were not isolated incidents, but part of a systematic campaign to kill all the Jews in Europe.

And yet, at the end of the war and for decades afterward, Americans claimed they did not know about the Holocaust as it was happening. How was it possible for so much information to be available in the mass media and yet simultaneously for the public to be ignorant?

The reason is that the American media in general and the New York Times in particular never treated the Holocaust as an important news story. From the start of the war in Europe to its end nearly six years later, the story of the Holocaust made the Times front page only 26 times out of 24,000 front-page stories, and most of those stories referred to the victims as “refugees” or “persecuted minorities.” In only six of those stories were Jews identified on page one as the primary victims.

Nor did the story lead the paper, appearing in the right-hand column reserved for the day’s most important news – not even when the concentration camps were liberated at the end of the war. In addition, the Times intermittently and timidly editorialized about the extermination of the Jews, and the paper rarely highlighted it in either the Week in Review or the magazine section.

What kept American journalists from recognizing the significance of the systematic murder of six million people? Worldwide carnage on an unprecedented scale helped obscure the Jews’ plight. There was also skepticism bred by fake atrocity reports during the previous world war. The Roosevelt Administration’s determination to downplay the news also contributed to the subdued coverage. But the media had enough credible information to treat the news of the extermination of the Jews as important. And the New York Times played a critical role in why it didn’t.

For no American news organization was better positioned to highlight the Holocaust than the Times, and no American news organization so influenced public discourse by its failure to do so.

Because of its longtime commitment to international affairs, its willingness to sacrifice advertising rather than articles in the face of a newsprint crunch, and its substantial Jewish readership, the Times was able to obtain and publish more news about what was happening to the Jews than other mainstream newspapers. In addition, Jews of German descent owned the Times and thus knew the fate of family members, some of whom they sponsored to immigrate to the States, some of whom they didn’t. The family’s deep, if not always amicable involvement with the American Jewish community also led the Times to learn much about the Jews’ situation.

So the New York Times was less likely than other news organizations to miss what was happening to the Jews. But it was also more likely to dismiss its significance. Fearful of accusations of special pleading or dual loyalties, the newspaper hesitated to highlight the news. In addition, the newspaper’s Jewish publisher believed that Jews were neither a racial nor ethnic group, and therefore should not be identified as Jews for any other than religious reasons. He also believed that Americans would only want to help Jews if their cause was melded with that of other persecuted people. He therefore ensured that his paper universalized the Nazis’ victims in editorials and on the front page.

The result: The New York Times was in touch with European Jews’ suffering, which accounts for its 1,000-plus stories on the Final Solution’s steady progress. Yet, it deliberately de-emphasized the Holocaust news, reporting it in isolated, inside stories. The few hundred words about the Nazi genocide the Times published every couple days were hard to find amidst a million other words in the newspaper. Times readers could legitimately have claimed not to have known, or at least not to have understood, what was happening to the Jews.

The Timess judgment that the murder of millions of Jews was a relatively unimportant story also reverberated among other journalists trying to assess the news, among Jewish groups trying to arouse public opinion, and among government leaders trying to decide on an American response. It partly explains the general apathy and inaction that greeted the news of the Holocaust....

Controversy also surrounded a December 16, 2005 Times article revealing leaked information that President Bush had authorized the National Security Agency to conduct wiretaps of certain international telephone conversations between suspected terrorists in the U.S. and others abroad without first obtaining court warrants for the surveillance. Critics of the policy charged that such wiretapping was unconstitutional and in violation of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act of 1978. Supporters of the measure held that it was both a crucial and legally permissible counter-intelligence tool, and that the Times’ disclosure of the secret program amounted to treason. The reporters who brought the story to light, James Risen and Eric Lichtblau, were awarded Pulitzer Prizes in 2006.


Another controversy of recent times involved Jayson Blair, who was fired from his job as a New York Times reporter in May 2003 when it was learned that he had committed frequent acts of journalistic fraud. Blair had concocted, in part or whole, many of the 600-plus stories he had worked on at the Times -- fabricating quotes and events, and lifting material from other newspapers and wire services. The paper's top two editors -- Executive Editor Howell Raines and Managing Editor Gerald M. Boyd -- resigned their posts following the revelations about Blair.

On August 25, 2012, Arthur Brisbane, who was stepping down from his post as the Times' public editor, wrote a final column in which he acknowledged the paper's leftwing bias:

"[The Times] is powerfully shaped by a culture of like minds — a phenomenon, I believe, that is more easily recognized from without than from within. When The Times covers a national presidential campaign, I have found that the lead editors and reporters are disciplined about enforcing fairness and balance, and usually succeed in doing so. Across the paper’s many departments, though, so many share a kind of political and cultural progressivism — for lack of a better term — that this worldview virtually bleeds through the fabric of The Times. As a result, developments like the Occupy movement and gay marriage seem almost to erupt in The Times, overloved and undermanaged, more like causes than news subjects.... [A] kind of Times Nation has formed around the paper’s political-cultural worldview, an audience unbound by geography (as distinct from the old days of print) and one that self-selects in digital space. It’s a huge success story — it is hard to argue with the enormous size of Times Nation — but one that carries risk as well. A just-released Pew Research Center survey found that The Times’s 'believability rating' had dropped drastically among Republicans compared with Democrats, and was an almost-perfect mirror opposite of Fox News’s rating. Can that be good?"

The New York Times’ current Executive Editor is Bill Keller, who succeeded Howell Raines. The paper’s op-ed columnists include David Brooks, Maureen Dowd, Thomas L. Friedman, Bob Herbert, Nicholas D. Kristof, Paul Krugman, and Frank Rich.

 

 

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