Vile NYT Smears Trump With Nazi Insults: Upcoming ‘Reichstag Fire'
July 13th, 2020 8:00 AM
The New York Times will stop at nothing to paint President Trump and fellow Republicans as racist, even Nazi-level threats, while ignoring Democratic political trolling and the violence that took place under the anti-racism rubric during recent George Floyd protest marches. Foreign affairs columnist Roger Cohen, writing from Paris, hysterically compared the Trump era to the Nazi era…
NY Times Rips 'Rapacious Alpha Dog' Netanyahu's Lunge to the Right
April 8th, 2019 3:08 PM
The Israeli elections are looming Tuesday, and conservative Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and former army chief, Benny Gantz, are running a close race. In the runup, the New York Times piled on its usual anti-Israel and specifically anti- Netanyahu hostility. Monday’s front page featured David Halbfinger, the paper’s Jerusalem bureau chief, portraying Netanyahu, who is supported…
NYT: Kavanaugh Anger at Being Called Rapist Puts Neutrality In Doubt
September 29th, 2018 12:31 PM
Supreme Court reporter Adam Liptak was brazen in advancing a particularly audacious partisan argument -- that getting angry at being called a rapist by millions of people means you lack judicial temperament – on the front of Saturday’s New York Times: “Nominee’s Diatribe Poses Threat To Court’s Neutrality, Some Fear.” The online headline added an adjective:…
NYT’s Cohen: ‘Terrorized Toadies’ Love Trump, ‘Mussolini’s Understudy'
December 24th, 2017 2:46 PM
The New York Times Roger Cohen composed an inspired masterpiece of anti-Trump oratorical obloquy: “Wondering, If This Is America.” Cohen, an international columnist for the paper born in London, mustered his high indignation not only of President Trump (aka “Mussolini’s understudy”) but of America itself. Cohen sold his Saturday edition article on Twitter as “…
NYT: Orlando Shows ‘How Potent’ Combination of ISIS, NRA Can Be
June 13th, 2016 3:42 PM
The New York Times allowed barely a day to elapse before it sought to blame the Orlando terror attack on the National Rifle Association (NRA) as columnist Roger Cohen argued in a column filed on Monday that the Brexit movement, the NRA, and Donald Trump have contributed with ISIS to a world that encourages such acts of violence.
NY Times Oddly Ambivalent About Calif. Stopping Campus Anti-Semitism
March 27th, 2016 7:04 PM
The New York Times’ Ian Lovett reported Sunday on the University of California condemning anti-Semitism in its university system, especially in relation to the anti-Israeli BDS movement infesting college campuses. The problem has been festering for years -- and so has the Times’ oddly ambivalent response to the outbreaks of anti-Semitism on left-wing college campuses. While the paper…
NYT's Sanctimonious Kristof Compares Refugees to Jesus
November 23rd, 2015 9:52 PM
New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof continued his sanctimony over Syrian refugees with "'The Statue of Liberty Must Be Crying With Shame,'" in the Sunday Review. He led with yet another liberal internet meme, comparing the refugee situation to Mary and Joseph's plight from the New Testament, and downplayed the terror threat with a classic "yes, but" evasion…
NYT's Kristof Pens Smug Refugee Screed as Editors Cry 'Xenophobia'
November 20th, 2015 1:03 PM
Nicholas Kristof's column for Thursday's New York Times was full of sanctimony and misinformation on the issue of the United States accepting Syrian refugees, in the wake of the atrocities committed by radical Islamists in Paris. Meanwhile the lead editorial accused the GOP of fostering "xenophobia" by calling for a pause in allowing refugees from Syria into the country. But a…
NY Times Columnist Trashes 'Obama's Syrian Nightmare'
September 11th, 2015 12:01 PM
Roger Cohen is a columnist for the international edition of The New York Times, and he wrote an eye-opening column for Friday headlined “Obama’s Syrian Nightmare.” American readers can find it online, but will its harsh verdict on Obama’s Syria policy make an impact on the overall media tendency to paint Obama’s legacy in happy rainbow colors?
Netanyahu Wins Easily, New York Times Writers Spill Vitriol
March 19th, 2015 12:00 AM
The morning after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's surprisingly easy victory against left-wing opposition, the New York Times was still sore. Columnist Thomas Friedman: "It is hard to know what is more depressing: that Netanyahu went for the gutter in the last few days in order to salvage his campaign -- renouncing his own commitment to a two-state solution with the…
NYT's Cohen: Islamic Terror Won't Be Solved Until Moderates Speak Out
January 12th, 2015 1:09 PM
On Friday's CNN Tonight, New York Times columnist Roger Cohen contended that moderate Muslims were partially to blame to the ongoing threat of Islamist terrorism. Host Don Lemon spotlighted a Tweet from Rupert Murdoch, where the media magnate wrote, "Maybe most Muslims peaceful, but until they recognize and destroy their growing jihadist cancer, they must be held responsible." Cohen…
Chuck Hagel Celebrated by NYT as War Hero, 'True Friend' of Israel and
January 10th, 2013 3:44 PM
The New York Times has taken the offensive on all fronts in support of Chuck Hagel, the "maverick" former Republican senator and President Obama's nominee for Secretary of Defense, recounting his Vietnam War heroics in a way that previous Republican presidential candidates John McCain and Bob Dole could only envy, while accusing his GOP opponents of "bullying" him with…
New York Times Watch Quotes of Note: 'Deep Cuts in Social Services' by
August 29th, 2011 11:42 AM
“Deep Cuts in Social Services” By Conservatives Led to London Riots
“Frustration in this impoverished neighborhood, as in many others in Britain, has mounted as the government’s austerity budget has forced deep cuts in social services. At the same time, a widely held disdain for law enforcement here, where a large Afro-Caribbean population has felt singled out by the…
NYT's Roger Cohen Smears Palin, Other GOP 'Ideological Fellow Travele
July 25th, 2011 3:17 PM
New York Times international columnist Roger Cohen smeared Sarah Palin and Republicans in general in a politically opportunistic hit piece, ostensibly about the massacre in Norway, posted to nytimes.com on Monday, “Breivik and His Enablers.”
On one level Anders Behring Breivik, the Norwegian responsible for the biggest massacre by a single gunman in modern times, is just a…