November 2012 Archive


Two Sides of the Gaza Conflict

By Stephen Roblin: We see in Wednesday's edition that in the eyes of the New York Times there are essentially two sides to take on Israel's latest savage assault on Gaza: pro-Israel and anti-Israel.

Internal Revenue Service. Image shot 2008. Exact date unknown.

The New York Times Reporters Do Not Understand How Marginal Tax Rates Work

By Jason Linkins: For whatever reason, an article titled "Investors Rush to Beat Threat of Higher Taxes" was published by The New York Times despite the ...

Thomas Friedman

Thomas Friedman Hasn’t Heard About the Recession

By Dean Baker: We know that because he writes that in a budget deal it is really important that: "everyone has to take their castor oil — the rich ...

Arthur Sulzberger, Jr., chairman of The New York Times Co.

New York Times Chairman Says Scandal ‘Hasn’t Made Things Easy’

By Edmund Lee: New York Times Co. (NYT) Chairman and Publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr. said the lingering scandal at the British Broadcasting Corp. has been a challenge ...

Palestinian Funerals are not ‘Militant Pageantry’

By Rania Khalek: Palestinians love their children and want them to live just like the rest of us. I shouldn’t have to say this, but I feel ...

NYT’s Rudoren: Gaza Funeral ‘didn’t feel incredibly human to me’

By Adam Horowitz: The story begins with Rudoren's November 19th New York Times article "Hoisting Dead Children, Gazans Mourn Family Killed by Israeli Strike." The article covers the funeral for the al Dalu family which lost 12 members to an Israeli missile strike.

NYT Rudoren Article

Palestinians and the Proper Way to Grieve Dead Children

By Peter Hart: When a family of nine is killed in an airstrike, what is the proper way to grieve? That question might not occur to you, ...