Joe Biden, Hunter Biden, and Parental ‘Love’

July 6th, 2023 11:13 AM

This week, Republicans in the House of Representatives revealed the testimony of an IRS whistleblower who worked on the Hunter Biden investigation. That whistleblower had two revelations to present. First, he said that the federal prosecutor overseeing Hunter’s case told at least six witnesses that he had been blocked by Attorney General Merrick Garland from special counsel status -- a status…

NYT Columnist’s Bizarre Journey: Iraq Peacenik to Ukraine Warmonger

December 15th, 2022 9:35 PM

Nicholas Kristof has straggled back to his columnist job at the New York Times, after his failed attempt to run for governor from his home state of Oregon due to residency requirements. A strong critic of the Iraq War, led by Republican President George W. Bush, Kristof has evolved into something of a war-monger, at least when it comes to international interventions by Democratic…

Carpetbagging NYT Columnist DENIED Run for Governor in Oregon

January 8th, 2022 7:39 AM

Too bad, so sad -- Oregon election officials announced in the middle of January 6 commemorations that former New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof was ineligible to run for governor of Oregon (as a Democrat) because he doesn't meet the three-year requirement for residency.


New York Times Journalist Is Running for Oregon Governor as a Democrat

October 28th, 2021 9:04 AM

Longtime New York Times reporter and columnist Nicholas Kristof officially announced he’s running for Governor of Oregon -- as a Democrat, of course. Kristof stepped down from his columnist duties earlier this month after 37 years at the liberal newspap

Column: Kristof, Crystal Clear on Curtailing Conservatives

February 3rd, 2021 5:56 AM

New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof recently penned a column titled “A Letter to My Conservative Friends: Hold us accountable, but please do the same for the charlatans who deceive you, use you and cheat you.” Kristof doesn’t name any conservative friends, so we can’t be sure he has any. But we can be sure he wants his "friends" to watch the conservative media get deplatformed…

NY Times: Calm Down, Paranoid GOP, Liberals Only Want to Ban Fox!

January 28th, 2021 4:20 PM

New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof continued his quest to ban Fox News from basic cable packages in his Thursday opinion, “A Letter to My Conservative Friends.” The contradictory message? Simmer down my Republican friends, there’s nothing to worry about…but kick Fox News out of basic cable packages: "As a start, don’t force people to subsidize Fox News by including it…


MSNBC's Brian Williams Finds 'Hope' in GOP Getting Crushed in Election

July 24th, 2020 5:38 AM

On Monday's The 11th Hour show, MSNBC host Brian Williams devoted a segment to letting liberal New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof cheer for the U.S. to embrace more European-style socialism as he looked for a silver lining in the country's current problems with the economy, race relations and the pandemic.

Huh? NYT Hits Trump’s ‘False Claim’ Dems ‘Bent on Defunding Police'

June 11th, 2020 1:32 PM

The New York Times led Wednesday’s front page with an obvious attempt to portray the Republican Party as racist and “flat-footed” in the wake of mass protests against police across the nation: “G.O.P., Blindsided By Public’s Rage, Is Pressed To Act – Police Under Scrutiny – The Law and Order Party Loses Its Footing as Attitudes Shift.” The paper also insisted against actual…

NY Times Condescends: 'McDonald’s Workers in Denmark Pity Us'

May 10th, 2020 6:23 PM
Nicholas Kristof linked his love for big-spending European nations to the coronavirus pandemic in a full-page column for Sunday’s New York Times, “McDonald’s Workers in Denmark Pity Us.” He got in tasteless cracks: "More than 35,000 Americans have already died in part because the United States could not manage the pandemic as deftly as Denmark." Then he suggested: "How horrifying would it be if…

Brian Williams Misleadingly Hints Trump, Pence Lying About Pandemic

April 15th, 2020 5:32 PM
On Monday night, Fox News host Laura Ingraham demonstrated that the news network's conservative opinion hosts are a more accurate source of information than what some would call "straight news journalists" on liberal networks like MSNBC. On the same night that MSNBC host "Lyin' Brian" Williams misleadingly hinted that President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence had been lying about New…

For the NY Times’ Kristof, ‘Tis the Season for Redefining Christianity

December 22nd, 2019 6:27 PM
New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof continued his peculiar tradition of devoting columns approaching religious holidays to asking various religious figures if one really had to believe in the Virgin Birth or the Resurrection to be considered a Christian. The latest entry came Sunday, three days before Christmas. He spoke to evangelist author Philip Yancey for “Was Mary a Virgin? Does it…

NYT Hates 'Embarrassing' Fox, Longs for Good Old Days of Three Nets

November 17th, 2019 9:30 PM
New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof attacked the one network not pushing all-out for a Trump impeachment in the Sunday Review: “Is Fox ‘News’ Or Trump’s Bodyguard?” For the veteran liberal commentator, things were better when the three networks spouted the same brand of anti-Nixon corporate liberalism to an audience with few other news choices. Kristof got wacky: "Some 18,000 people died in…

NYT Hits ‘Right-Wing’ Use of ‘Treason,’ But Krugman Uses It on Trump

October 2nd, 2019 4:38 PM
New York Times reporter Katie Rogers rebuked President Trump for his use of the word “treason” to attack his political enemies on Twitter in “As Impeachment Inquiry Advances, President’s Language Takes a Dark Turn.” Rogers was critical of Trump’s overheated Twitter account, where he has been attacking Democrats, including House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, who’s leading the…

Now the NY Times Tells Us: Mueller’s ‘Wobbly’ Testimony No Surprise

July 25th, 2019 12:08 PM

The New York Times gave former special counsel Robert Mueller’s testimony on Capitol Hill a negative review in Thursday’s edition, terming it “shaky” and “halting,” even “excruciatingly awkward,” while tucking in rumors that he wasn’t fully engaged in the prosecution. Can one detect some frustration, even embarrassment in the paper’s coverage, now that the former special counsel, whose…