Paranoid NY Times Plays Shrink on Trump’s Erratic 'Hypomania' on Drugs

October 14th, 2020 8:45 PM

A half-century after Republican presidential candidate Barry Goldwater was slimed by psychiatrists as dangerous and unstable, now national security reporters for the New York Times are pitching in. It’s once again acceptable to “worry” that Republican presidential candidates loopy on drugs may have dangerous access to nuclear authority. Reporters David Sanger and William Broad stirred…

NYT Distorts Trump’s ‘Cure-All,’ Blames Him for Tank Cleaner Death

April 25th, 2020 2:49 PM
President Trump performed some confusing speculation on the efficacy of ultraviolet light and disinfectants during his coronavirus briefing Thursday, and as usual, the New York Times overstated the facts to push its anti-Trump agenda. Saturday’s front-page story appeared under the distorted headline, “Science Fires Back Loudly on Trump’s Cure-All.” "Cure-All"?…

Strange New Respect: NYT Gets Left-Wing Religion Over Nun's 'Activism'

May 29th, 2015 11:15 AM
After hailing the Marxist-flavored brand of "liberation theology" Catholicism in Latin America on its front page May 24, the New York Times demonstrated more strange new respect for religion of the left-wing variety, with an adulatory profile of Sister Megan Rice, imprisoned for breaking into a uranium-enriching facility and splattering the building "with blood and antiwar slogans…

NYTimes Rips Gingrich's 'Doomsday' Nuclear Scenario, But Takes Enviro

December 12th, 2011 3:32 PM
The New York Times devoted a front-page story Monday to casting doubt on a theoretical nuclear threat publicized (among his many, many other ideas) by Newt Gingrich -- what scientists call electromagnetic pulse (EMP), a burst of electromagnetic radiation released by a nuclear explosion that could damage or destroy electrical service. Science reporter William Broad filed “Among Gingrich…