The Maury Levy Method of Journalism

October 28, 2012   ·   0 Comments

US drone attack in Somalia

By Stephen Roblin: Fiction can function as a mirror by helping us see things in ourselves that natural perspective obscures. The mirror effect can take place on a social level too. A good example is the classic HBO drama, The Wire. As anyone familiar with the drama should expect, whatever it may reflect about U.S. society and institutions is bound to be grim.

CIA spokeswoman Marie Harf, via Twitter

Correspondence and Collusion Between the New York Times and the CIA

By Glenn Greenwald: Mark Mazzetti's emails with the CIA expose the degradation of journalism that has lost the imperative to be a check to power...

Maureen Dowd

What Mark Mazzetti’s Maureen Dowd CIA tipoff means for the New York Times

By Dan Gillmor: After earlier blithe assurances, the Times has called its reporter's action 'a mistake'. But is it symptomatic of a culture of coziness?

Mark Mazzetti

New York Times’ Brisbane Weighs in on Draft-Sharing Dustup

By Andrew Beaujon: Outgoing Times Public Editor Arthur Brisbane interrupts his lame-duck week to lower the boom on Mark Mazzetti and Maureen Dowd.

New York Times' Quarterly Profits Falls 58 Percent

New York Times Reporter Leaked Colleague’s Column to the CIA

By RT: When The New York Times took on Barack Obama in an op-ed last year, the paper called out the president for relying on Hollywood ...


New York Times Reporter Gave CIA Flack a Sneak Peek at Maureen Dowd’s Column

By John Cook: New York Times reporter Mark Mazzetti e-mailed an advance, unpublished copy of a Maureen Dowd column dealing with the CIA to an Agency spokeswoman last year...

Netanyahu and Obama at AIPAC

What ‘U.S. War Games’ Against Iran Reveal About ‘Dire Consequences’

By Michael M'Gehee: Today the New York Times published a revealing page one article by Mark Mazzetti and Thom Shanker under the headline "U.S. War Game ...