February 8, 2013 · 0 Comments
Jamelle Bouie: Racial resentment is increasing, and it plays a major role in how Obama—and the Democratic Party—is perceived.
By Bob Somerby: Charles Blow gets credit for one thing, in last Saturday’s column about Rosa Parks, he quoted Professor Jeanne Theoharis correctly.
By John Grant: In The New York Times February 6th on pages 20 and 21, across from each other, there were two tragic stories centered around the themes of sex, race and power.
By Bob Somerby: Presumably, columnists at the New York Times know how to look things up.
By Bob Somerby: Rosa Parks died in October 2005 at the age of 92. She became the 31st person in American history to lie in state at the Capitol Building.
By Philip Weiss: Shimon Peres is the new honey-bunny of American liberals, the anti-Netanyahu.
By Timothy Noah: Harvey Shapiro would have likely preferred to be remembered as a poet, and perhaps also as one of the better editors of the New York ...
By Bob Somerby: Was Bazelon’s aim true: On Thursday morning’s front page, the New York Times reports on the homicide rate in Chicago.
By Philip Weiss: It hasn't been a month since a New York Times reporter in Gaza got in hot water for condescending comments on local culture...
By Michael H. Miller: The writers of an open letter to The New York Times regarding two recent pieces by Ken Johnson have received a response from the paper’s culture editor, Jonathan Landman.Next Page »