NYT: BuzzFeed Struggles a ‘Democratic Emergency,' 'Reason for Panic'

January 31st, 2019 7:35 PM
New York Times opinion columnist Farhad Manjoo mounted a silly defense for BuzzFeed, which recently cut staff, in “Media Layoffs As Democratic Emergency.” The column’s text box: “Last week’s job cuts suggest a reason for panic.” Panic?  He’s worried about the decline and fall of that vital democratic-building journalistic titan -- BuzzFeed? "It…

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…

HuffPo's Stein Asks If EPA's Claimed Hard Drive Crash 'Gives Credence

June 25th, 2014 11:35 PM
Wednesday afternoon, Huffington Post's Sam Stein, whose track record of fundamentally dishonest reporting and refusing to admit the obvious even when caught red-handed goes back at least six years, used a tweet to promote an excuse even a six year-old wouldn't dare try to use on his or her parents. Behold Stein's tweet, which, modified to defend the indefensible in the Obama…

Bozell Column: Evil Irish Nun Movies for Christmas

December 14th, 2013 8:53 AM
The man whose last controversial movie was "Bully" certainly knows how to behave like one.  Just ask New York Post film critic Kyle Smith, who dared to give a thumbs-down to Hollywood bigwig Harvey Weinstein's latest anti-Catholic attack film, "Philomena," carefully timed for release during the Christmas season. Weinstein took out an full-page color attack ad in…

'90 Minutes of Organized Hate': NY Post Blasts Anti-Catholic Film; No

November 24th, 2013 5:14 PM
Kudos to New York Post film critic Kyle Smith for knowing a bigoted attack when he sees one. Philomena is a dreary new movie starring Judi Dench as an elderly Irish woman who as an unwed teen gave birth to a son in 1950s Ireland. Under the care of Catholic nuns, the young boy was adopted by Americans. Many decades later, the woman now embarks on a trip to the States with a dour and depressing…

Paranoid Anti-Military Movie 'Green Zone' Hailed by Top NY Times Movie

March 12th, 2010 2:59 PM
The New York Times's top movie critic A.O. Scott on Friday reviewed “Green Zone,” a leftist fantasy about the Iraq War starring Matt Damon, in which the U.S. military are the bad guys. As shown by the headline, “A Search for That Casualty, Truth,” Scott embraced the movie's hard-left politics and fantastical anti-military plot, showcased in the movie's “hero” played by Damon, disillusioned Army…