NYT Article Supports the Railroading of Political Science Professor

February 19, 2014   ·   1 Comments


By Gregory Wilpert: A relatively obscure but important development at the City University of New York finally got some public attention last January 13 (on page ...

Mandela and palestine

When NYC’s Official Jewish Organizations Failed to Meet a Newly Freed Mandela

By Arthur Waskow: Today’s on-line NYTimes, “In The Day a Newly Freed Mandela Came to New York” by James Barron, glorifies New York City’s welcome to Nelson ...


The New York Times Gets an ‘F’ on Education Policy

By Ann Robertson and Bill Leumer: A recent New York Times editorial took a moment out to lecture mayor-elect of New York City Bill de Blasio ...


Fighting for the Press with James C. Goodale, Pt. 1

James C. Goodale interviewed by Chris Spannos: James C. Goodale was chief counsel for the New York Times during the Pentagon Papers case. He is also ...


NYTimes de Blasio Piece: Fair and Balanced

By Ed Morales: Last Sunday morning the Times has a prominent feature on mayoral candidate Bill de Blasio that amounts to a classic piece of...


Fighting for the Press by James C. Goodale: “A First Look At The Pentagon Papers”

By James C. Goodale: The next day, the Papers were wheeled into my office in several supermarket carts. They filled every nook and cranny. I reached for Volume One and I was surprised at what I had read.

Matthew Goldstein

The CUNY Chancellor and His Standards

By Costas Panayotakis: On April 13, Ariel Kaminer’s “Longtime CUNY Chancellor to Step Down After Pushing Higher Standards” reported on Matthew Goldstein’s decision to step down as chancellor of the City University of New York...

Gun owners

Court Rules Against N.Y. Times Request for Gun Owners’ Addresses

By Mackenzie Weinger: A New York appellate court ruled against The New York Times on Tuesday in a lawsuit concerning the paper’s request of a database ...

Kitty Genovese

Kitty Genovese and Continuing Silence!

By Bob Somerby: In Thursday morning’s New York Times, Leslie Kaufman writes a fascinating piece about journalism and novels.

Library Hall

NY Times Buries The Lead: NY Library is Ignoring Local Branches

By Ron Howell: Michael Kimmelman is an architectural critic, and a brilliant one. But in today's article- 'In Renderings for a Library Landmark, Stacks of Questions, Still' ...

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