NYT: States 'Undermining' Stay-at-Home Efforts As 'Grim Milestone' Set

April 28th, 2020 2:14 PM
The front of Tuesday's New York Times tackled how various states plan to re-open for business over a surprisingly sunny banner headline, “States Set Course To Unlock Doors Of U.S. Commerce.” But the optimistic headline was overridden by the doubt-ridden tone of reporters Jack Healy, Manny Fernandez, and Peter Baker, teaming up to seed the ground to say “I told you so…

Sick: NY Times Sees Only Pro-Trump ‘Partisans’ Exploiting Coronavirus

March 3rd, 2020 8:25 AM
The New York Times kept up its feverishly partisan coronavirus reporting Monday:  “How Response to Virus Is Already Being Seen Through Partisan Lens.” The text box: “Could harsh rhetoric make an outbreak harder to fight?” Of course the paper only perceived partisanship on the part of Republicans. The reporters milked a single anecdote for all it was worth: "Rob…

NY Times Front Page: Race-Baiting Trump Has Doomed GOP (Once Again)

August 17th, 2017 12:03 PM
Republicans are doomed, once again, this time on the front of Thursday’s New York Times: Split in Party After Remarks on Racial Past -- Political Class Recoils; Voter Base Cheers.” The online headline is blunter: “Trump’s Embrace of Racially Charged Past Puts Republicans in Crisis,” reported by Jeremy Peters, Jonathan Martin, and Jack Healy. None of those reporters…

Worried NYT Frets: 'Season of Fear' for 'Undocumented' in Iowa

August 14th, 2017 10:02 AM
Illegal immigrants (or rather, “undocumented immigrants”) remain safe under the rhetorical protection of the New York Times, if not the legal protection of American law. The top of Sunday’s Times front page featured a 3,000-word sympathetic tale, complete with huge photos, of an illegal immigrant family in Hampton, Iowa, choosing to self-deport after the husband was arrested.…

NY Times Sees Racism in Chaffetz IPhone Comment Also Used by Obama

March 12th, 2017 6:10 PM
Following the trail of angry liberals on social media, Jack Healy in Sunday’s New York Times attacked a comment by Republican Rep. Jason Chaffetz of Utah suggesting people should invest in their own health care instead of buying the new IPhone. Healy defended the necessity of having a cell in “Having No Insurance Is Hard, Families Say. No Phone? Unthinkable.” Healy even found a…

Hysterical NYT Piece Chronicles West Coast Liberals Upset at Trump Win

November 12th, 2016 12:07 PM
NewsBusters has chronicled a slew of media reactions both on-air and print in the hours and days since Donald Trump’s stunning presidential election upset of Hillary Clinton, but stories like one posted late Friday for Saturday’s print edition of The New York Times about West Coast liberals proved that such meltdowns will be here to stay for the near future.

NYT Happy Over VA Felons Voting, Casts Doubt on Terror Convictions

June 7th, 2016 8:25 AM
The front of the National section of Monday’s New York Times featured two race-and-ethnicity-charged reports from Minnesota and Virginia, one trying to corrode confidence in three Islamic terrorist convictions of Somalis in Minnesota, the other on a “Racially Charged Fight” over granting blanket voting rights to felons in Virginia, a move expected to benefit the Democratic…

Press Doesn't Challenge Dems' Meme That Historic Recall of Colo. Senat

September 11th, 2013 11:55 PM
Two Colorado senators have been recalled, and either already are not serving their former constituents or won't be shortly. Yet according to today's Democratic Party talking points, their recalls, the first-ever in state history spurred by the ousted senators' support of gun-control measures passed earlier this year, are only "symbolic" — despite all the money that…

'Extreme Wing' Pro-Lifers Wins in ND, but Civil Unions Means 'Jubilant

March 27th, 2013 2:56 PM
Only some social issues are divisive in the Plains states, or so implies the New York Times. A sour tone permeated Wednesday's front-page story by John Eligon and Erik Eckholm from Fargo on North Dakota's strict new abortion laws, which ban abortions based on sex or disability and forbid abortion once a fetal heartbeat is detectable: "New Laws Ban Most Abortions in North Dakota.…

Good News: Nov. Real Consumer Spending Increase Sets 3-Year Record; Bi

December 26th, 2008 1:09 PM
Here are the key numbers (in red) in Uncle Sam's November Personal Income and Outlays report (the July : Common sense says that the chart's results after adjusting for inflation are more important (identified as "Chained [2000] dollars") than those in current dollars. Consmers' disposable income went up 1.0% in real (after-inflation) terms in November after a 0.7% increase in October.…