February 3, 2013 · 0 Comments
By Dave Lindorff: For a masterpiece in cognitive dissonance, just look to the foreign editors and the managing editor of the New York Times, who managed to run two closely related stories making opposite points in Saturday’s paper without referencing each other at all.
By Jeremy R. Hammond: In my previous post, I commented on an example of the New York Times tossing inconvenient truths down the memory hole. Here’s another example...
By Al-Akhbar, AFP: The US military plans to expand its drone program to northwest Africa to bolster surveillance of Islamic militant groups, the New York Times reported Monday.
By Thomas C. Mountain: The New York Times, Three Muniteers and a Savvy Technician...
By Danny Schechter: After serving as the editor of the New York Times, journalist Bill Keller moves onto a higher media order as an Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary for the Times and the values it upholds.
By Daniel Warner: A front page story in the December 6 International Herald Tribune – the global edition of the New York Times – can only ...
By James North: New evidence is emerging about the failures of the New York Times' east Africa correspondent, Jeffrey Gettleman, when he tried to cover the recent upsurge in violence in the eastern Congo.
By Michael McGehee: In Kareem Fahim's article yesterday, "Egyptian Judges Break Ranks to Support Morsi Vote Request," the New York Times avoids addressing the ongoing issue of President Morsi's power grabbing decree in a fair and balanced manner. There is no look into whether Morsi has a point that the courts are packed with Mubarak-era judges looking to throw kinks into the forming of a new constitution and democratic government.
By Milton Allimadi: The New York Times published a bizarre Op-Ed piece "To Save Congo, Let It Fall Apart," that could have as well been authored by M23 -- an apologia and rationalization for the terroristic army's invasion of Congo from Rwanda, which was accompanied by massacres along the way.
By Bob Somerby: Andrew Rosenthal’s fuzzy assertion: Friend, are you a press watcher? If so, the endless assault on Susan Rice has been one of the most instructive ...Next Page »