‘Cost of Unmasking’ NYC Toddlers Too High for Neurotic NY Times Writer

March 29th, 2022 9:17 AM

News flash: New York City toddlers must suffer for a New York Times columnist’s piece of mind. Ginia Bellafante, the paper’s “Big City” columnist, was in full coronavirus panic mode on Sunday. Did she want to close down restaurants and nightlife again? No, instead she wanted to do something even more useless and cruel -- keep toddlers masked in school. So why must toddlers alone bear…


Hannity Rebuts NY Times Hit Piece, But the Academics Say He's Deadly

April 21st, 2020 8:31 AM
On Monday night, Fox News host Sean Hannity went after a New York Times hit piece by Ginia Bellafante suggesting he and other Fox News hosts caused the death of a 74-year old Brooklyn bartender from the coronavirus, since they downplayed the dangers. Already, academics are joining the media elite in trying to pin coronavirus deaths on Hannity.

Poisonous Lies: NYT Blames Fox News for Man’s Death from Coronavirus

April 20th, 2020 6:11 PM

In the repugnant, never-ending liberal media crusade to not only annihilate but mortally wound Fox News (thus putting thousands out of work), New York Times columnist Ginia Bellafante took the not only false but grotesque plunge in her April 18 column blaming FNC for the April 9 death of 74-year0old Brooklyn bar owner Joe Joyce from the coronavirus.

Starstruck NY Times Liberal Outraged at Giuliani's Homeless Criticism

August 30th, 2015 7:07 PM
Ginia Bellafante's "Big City" column in Sunday's New York Times smacked of a particular brand of star-struck, fact-allergic old-style liberalism in which Bellafante, metro columnist and occasional reporter for the Times, went after an old enemy, former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani: "The Dark Ages of Giuliani." Some urban liberals will apparently never forgive Giuliani for cleaning up the…

NYT Heralded Phony Memoir on NYC's 'Retrograde,' Anti-Feminist Women

June 8th, 2015 8:45 AM
Primates of Park Avenue is a new memoir by Wednesday Martin that purports to examine and explain the preposterously well-off women of the Upper East Side of Manhattan, much like Jane Goodall studied chimpanzees. Martin's prominent pre-publication essay in the New York Times mocked those "poor little rich women" for betraying feminism by being "dependent and comparatively disempowered." Times…

NYT Ombud Hit Paper's Elitism, Missed Hypocritical Cozying Up to Rich

November 9th, 2014 7:29 PM
New York Times Public Editor Margaret Sullivan tweaked her paper for elitism in the Sunday Review section. Yet she whiffed on the hypocrisy of a newspaper whose support for Occupy Wall Street seeped into all sections and which obsessed over the "one percenters" -- yet hypocritically pandered to its hyper-rich liberal readership without a blink with stories about $160 flashlights, luxury dog…

NYTimes Ponders 'Moral Vacuity' of Moneyed Elite While Running Stories

September 26th, 2012 3:12 PM
Occasional (biased) New York Times reporter Ginia Bellafante lamented at the lack of traction gained by recent cultural portrayals of the greed of the "moneyed class," in her Sunday "Big City" column "Rich as the Devil, But No Gordon Gekko." The text box: "Recent pop culture efforts to render the moneyed class in all its moral vacuity have gained little traction." Yes, that same morally vacuous…

NYT's Bellafante Plays Race Card, Smears Singer in Defense of Principa

June 20th, 2012 11:20 AM
In her "Big City" column Sunday, "Principal Is Trampled In a Rush to Vilify," New York Times reporter Ginia Bellafante (pictured) rushed to the defense of school principal Greta Hawkins, the subject of conservative criticism for cutting the patriotic song "God Bless the U.S.A." from her Coney Island kindergarten's graduation ceremony after months of childrens' rehearsals, saying it would "…

After Arrests, NY Times Takes Seriously 'Occupy Wall Street' Claims of

October 4th, 2011 7:53 AM
Occupy Wall Street, the floating leftist protest in Manhattan that’s camped out in downtown Manhattan in an endless protest against...something, attempted to migrate to Brooklyn this weekend, blocking vehicle traffic on the Brooklyn Bridge and resulting in mass arrests. The New York Times, whose attitude toward Tea Party rallies was invariably hostile, blasted support throughout the weekend…

ABC Serves Up 'Family' with PC Message

September 24th, 2009 3:59 PM
For all that critics have hailed ABC's "Modern Family" for its non-stereotypical portrayal of a gay couple, the show itself is stereotypical Hollywood propaganda. "Modern Family," filmed in a mock-documentary style, examines the lives of  three couples from one family. Patriarch Jay (Ed O'Neill) is married to a much-younger, feisty Colombian woman. His daughter Claire is married to Phil who…