NYT Adores Pope’s Left-Wing Fight Vs. Capitalism, 'Ultraconservatives'

September 13th, 2019 10:20 AM
New York Times' Rome bureau chief Jason Horowitz travelled with Pope Francis on the pope’s recent round-trip to Africa. Horowitz’s previous reporting clearly shows his affection for the politically left-wing emphases of this pope, especially on migrant rights and the environment, and a mutual hostility to American critics. Under two datelines marked “Aboard The Papal Plane,…

NY Times Pits 'Ultraconservative' Catholics vs. 'Desperate Migrants'

June 24th, 2019 10:02 AM
In Sunday’s New York Times, the paper’s Vatican-beat reporter Jason Horowitz brought his usual caffeinated anti-conservative labeling habit to a story sketching out a clash over migrants in Italy pitting “far-right...ultra-conservative” Catholics like Cardinal Raymond Burke against the liberal views of Pope Francis: “As the Pope Champions Migrants, Some Cardinals…

NYT Sees Fascism in Europe: 'Nihilism,' 'Meanness,' Opposing Food Cops

May 12th, 2019 3:42 PM
Perhaps wary of Donald Trump’s 2016 victory, international reporters at the New York Times are seeing the “far right” everywhere, in unlikely guises, such as supporting being allowed to eat and drink whatever one likes without government interference. The paper filed an odd story: “Finland’s Right Appeals to Voters With a Nihilistic View on Climate.” In Italy,…

NYT Mad That Conservative Catholics ‘Pounce’...Against Pedophilia?

August 29th, 2018 6:15 PM
The New York Times’ interest in the awful details of the emerging sexual abuse and pedophilia scandal in the Catholic Church took a dumbfounding, ideologically motivated turn, after a conservative cleric released a bombshell letter alleging a coverup of sexual assault aided by liberal Pope Francis. Jason Horowitz, Rome bureau chief, amazingly turned to attacking that whistleblower,…

‘Changing the Church’: Vogue Paints Pope as Liberal Hero

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July 18th, 2018 2:47 PM
The media simply adore Pope Francis, that is when they can selectively report on his comments to push their liberal agenda. Following the formula, Vogue recently posted an article by Jason Horowitz claiming that “Pope Francis is Changing the Church.”

NYT Gleefully Pits Pope Vs. ‘Vicious,’ ‘Ultraconservative' Catholics

April 10th, 2018 7:32 PM
Stirring the political controversy in the Vatican, New York Times Rome bureau chief Jason Horowitz once again gleefully pitted Pope Francis against “ultraconservative” Catholics in Tuesday’s “Pope Puts Caring for Migrants and Opposing Abortion on Equal Footing.” Horowitz used the Pope's newest apostolic exhortation to sharpen the conflict, crediting Francis with…

NYT: 'Hard Right’ in Trump & Neo-Fascist Europe; ‘Trickle-Down' Insult

March 3rd, 2018 2:46 PM
The New York Times starkly revealed its disparate, biased, and hopelessly confused treatment of fascist and socialist ideologies on Saturday, with Trump indirectly lumped in with European fascist parties. Reporter Jason Horowitz was featured on Saturday’s front page, “In Italian Campaign, Gravity of Far Right Exerts Its Strongest Pull.” Horowitz threw out plenty of “far-…

NYT Still ‘Alarmed’ by Trump’s ‘Dangerous’ Move Recognizing Jerusalem

December 7th, 2017 12:03 PM
President Trump, fulfilling a promise that other presidents have made but failed to keep, recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and started the process of moving the American Embassy from Tel Aviv. Times reporters were predictably aghast, both downplaying Jewish ties to Jerusalem and warning of violence and endangement of the non-existent "peace process."

NY Times Attacks Trump Adviser Bannon With ‘Fascist’ Smear

February 14th, 2017 1:34 PM
New York Times’ hard-left political reporter Jason Horowitz slimed President Trump’s chief strategist Steve Bannon, based on a second-hand reference in a speech Bannon gave two years ago. The distortion appeared in Sunday’s paper under the bias-on-steroids headline, “Fascists Too Lax for a Philosopher Cited by Bannon.” Bannon’s actual 2014 speech revealed that…

NYT's Horowitz Hits 'Venomous' Trump Rally, Cites 'Nativist' GOP Base

November 28th, 2015 2:41 PM
Colorful New York Times political reporter Jason Horowitz let his left-wing ideological flags fly with three stories on consecutive days --a "venemous" Donld Trump rally, a cyptically hostile Carly Fiorina profile, and a chiding of Bernie Sanders for being insufficiently fiery on gay rights in the 1990s. Horowitz held Fiorina's childhood continent-hopping against her candidacy:…

NYT's Tough Dem Debate Preview: 'He's So Confident. She's So Prepared'

October 13th, 2015 10:59 AM
In preparation for Tuesday's Democratic debate in Las Vegas, the New York Times Sunday offered side-by-side profiles by Jason Horowitz and Amy Chozick documenting the brilliance and tenacity of the top two Democratic candidates, Sen. Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton. This goop was offered as a front-page tease: "He's So Confident. She's So Prepared. Senator Bernie Sanders and…

NYT Flips Off Walker as He Leaves Race: Made 'Tacit Racial Appeals'

September 23rd, 2015 9:35 PM
Jason Horowitz, one of the New York Times more colorful reporters, gave Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker a gleeful finger upon his departure from the Republican presidential race, suggesting Walker has advanced his career on racist appeals in "Dismal Finish Is a Fitting Result, Old Foes Say." Horowitz wrote on Tuesday: "Old political adversaries of Mr. Walker greeted his dour denouement…

Rubio Hammers NY Times for Claiming He's Cuba's 'Least Favorite Son'

July 6th, 2015 7:32 PM
On Monday, soon after the New York Times slammed Florida senator Marco Rubio as Cuba's “least favorite son,” the 2016 GOP presidential candidate fired back, accusing reporter Jason Horowitz of using the “Castro regime's propaganda” in his article, which was entitled “Marco Rubio Is Hardly a Hero in Cuba. He Likes That.” In a Twitter message, Rubio…
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NYT: Hillary Should Stop 'Playing the Freak,' Keep Avoiding the Press

May 23rd, 2015 4:55 PM
Jason Horowitz at the New York Times thinks that Hillary Clinton shouldn't bother dealing with the press. In describing Hillary Clinton's campaign effort in Iowa, Horowitz wondered how, in "a carnival atmosphere," Hillary Clinton "gains politically from playing the freak" by deigning to take questions from the press, thus clearly suggesting that she would be…