NYTimes Laments Enviros As Movie Villains, Wants More Climate Lectures

August 17th, 2019 8:11 PM
The New York Times’s Cara Buckley (“a culture reporter who covers bias and equity in Hollywood”), complained Hollywood wasn’t embedding enough climate change messaging in their blockbuster movies in Saturday’s “Hollywood Sells Doom, Not Hope On Climate -- Critics say villains and dystopias obscure crisis-alleviating actions.” One suspects that the…

Liberal NY Times Rides to Rescue of Brie Larson, Money-Making Marvel

March 15th, 2019 1:58 PM
Reporter Cara Buckley admired the movie review aggregating website Rotten Tomatoes for riding to the rescue of outspoken feminist actress Brie Larson, star of the latest Marvel Studios comic-book hero mega-hit Captain Marvel, in the New York Times Thursday: “When She Became The Target, The Rules Changed -- After attacks on ‘Captain Marvel’ and Brie Larson, Rotten Tomatoes…

NYT Hails Hill as H'wood Savior, Ignores Dismissal of Clinton Accusers

December 21st, 2017 5:44 PM
Anita Hill to Hollywood’s rescue? That was the theme on the front of Thursday’s Arts page. Cara Buckley’s Hollywood column hailed Clarence Thomas’s accuser as a movie-industry savior in “Can She Fix The Sexual Misconduct Problem?” Meanwhile, Buckley conveniently ignores the fact that the public backed Thomas’s interpretation of events, not Hill’s,…

NYT Still Slobbering Over BLM-Style Doc on 'Modern Slavery in America'

October 6th, 2016 5:59 PM
The New York Times can’t stop slobbering over 13th, a Black Lives Matter-style documentary by activist Ava DuVernay that takes a conspiratorial left-wing view equating prison labor as black slavery. Hard-left controversialist Van Jones and Castro-loving Communist Angela Davis feature in the flick, though NYT’s Cara Buckley doesn’t bring those names up in her press-release style…

NYT, Others Cover 'So-Called Knockout Game' As 'A Spreading Menace or

November 29th, 2013 9:18 AM
A number of liberals and liberal outfits have taken notice of the "knockout game" trend. Their mission is to downplay or debunk it. In a November 22 item published in its November 23 print edition on Page A19, Cara Buckley at the New York Times, below a picture of a Guardian Angels member posting a warning in Brooklyn, cited "police officials in several cities" claiming…

NYTimes, Still Obsessed With 'Occupy

January 25th, 2012 10:03 AM
Times Watch has shown how deeply the left-wing motif of Occupy Wall Street – of the embattled impoverished 99% battling the over-privileged 1% – has sunken into the collective consciousness of New York Times journalists. It was all over the Times this weekend, from front page news to a special Education pullout featuring interviews with "aspiring idealists" fighting "…

New York Times Finally Notices Crime, Dangerous Environment at Occupy

November 9th, 2011 2:48 PM
The New York Times is belatedly starting to commit actual journalism on what’s actually happening at the Occupy Wall Street camp-out in Zuccotti Park. Cara Buckley and Matt Flegenheimer reported for Wednesday's Metro section: “At Scene of Wall St. Protest, Rising Concerns About Crime,” mostly abandons the chirpy promotionalism that has infected the paper’s coverage…

Occupy Troublemakers Merely Fringe, But Tea Party 'Responsible for the

November 7th, 2011 4:38 PM
The New York Times continues to treat toublemakers at Occupy Wall Street as a fringe minority, but the Tea Party was "responsible for the behavior of people" at their rallies. Sunday’s Metro section led with an above-the-fold look at the state of Occupy Wall Street as winter approaches from reporters Cara Buckley and Colin Moynihan, “A Protest Reaches a Crossroads.…

NY Times Touts 'Unexpected Success' of Wall Street Protest; Almost Ign

October 6th, 2011 1:22 PM
The left-wing, anti-capitalist Occupy Wall Street camp-out in Lower Manhattan stretched into its third week, bolstered by an influx of labor unions. The story made the front of Thursday’s New York Times along with a large photo of protestors in Foley Square, “Seeking Energy, Unions Join Wall Street Protest.” It’s a far cry from the paper’s coverage of the first…