Galling NYT on Roe Draft: ‘Concern Law Isn’t Justice’s Primary Guide'
The banner over the two lead Roe v. Wade stories in Thursday’s New York Times read: “Leak Intensifies View That Court Is Too Political.” The individual headline over the one by Shawn Hubler and Michael Wines confirmed: “A Concern That the Law Isn’t Justice’s Primary Guide.” Yes, after decades of cheering left-wing judicial activism on abortion, affirmative action, and gay…
Column: Lauding Democrats and Their 'Landmark' Voting Rights Bills
Democrats always seem to be the heroes in the copy of so-called “mainstream” media outlets. Republicans often emerge as the villains, squashing everything noble and good. The Left is typically described as the reformers somehow lacking an ideology. Take The New York Times lauding how "voting rights advocates" are having a "once in a generation moment."
Hack Democratic Rag NY Times Warns of GOP's 'Authoritarian Bent'
New York Times reporter Michael Wines climbed back onto his liberal hobby horse -- thuggish Republicans denying voting rights under the spurious excuse of fighting non-existent vote fraud -- in “Limit Votes? The Right May Need a New Tactic.” Meanwhile, “Plan to Make Losing Look Like a Win,” by Jim Rutenberg and Nick Corasaniti, purported to outline a years-long conspiracy by the Trump…