NYT Turnabout on ‘Baffling’ Trump Comment on Sweden's Immigration Woes

March 6th, 2018 6:23 PM
A year after ridiculing President Trump for talking about it, the New York Times acknowledges that Sweden has a crime problem, and suggests very indirectly that it may have something to do with its loose immigration policy – just as the president insisted. In “Grenades and Gang Violence Rattle Sweden,” Ellen Barry and Christina Anderson used the incident of a man killed by a hand grenade in…

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."

NYT Finds Real Charlie Gard Tragedies: Trump, Pope, U.S. Individualism

July 6th, 2017 6:54 AM
In Wednesday’s New York Times, Dan Bilefsky and Sewell Chan reported from London on the tragic medical and legal controversy around the infant Charlie Gard: “Baby’s Illness Grows Tragic on Global Stage.” The text box declared the science settled, and the opinion of world leaders that the baby’s life should be fought for a mere nuisance that promises to make things worse: “Support from the pope…

NYT's Chan Pens Two Puff Pieces to Offset Thursday's 'Obama Rejected a

November 14th, 2010 9:50 AM
Don't go overboard with it, but have some pity on Sewell Chan at the New York Times. On Thursday evening online and in Friday's print edition, Chan was among three Times reporters who composed a report ripping President Obama's lack of results at the G-20 summit. The piece's original title -- "Obama's Economic View is Rejected on World Stage" -- originally appeared online and actually made…

NYT Print Edition G-20 Headline ('Obama's Economic View Is Rejected

November 12th, 2010 6:08 PM
Rush mentioned this when he opened his show today, and it deserves a bit of graphic support. Today's New York Times print edition has a headline at the top right which reads: "Obama's Economic View Is Rejected on World Stage" (captured here for future reference). Ouch. But there's also a story about the story, specifically concerning its stinging headline.

Study in Bias: Two Takes on Financial Regs -- Journal vs. NY Times as

March 15th, 2010 7:13 PM
It's a topic that would probably make the average individual's eyes glaze over, but will have a profound impact on the economy - for better or worse. The topic - financial regulation reform. With Senate Banking Chairman Sen. Chris Dodd, D-Conn., setting his proposal out for the public, the take away on the reporting from two of the country's major newspapers - The New York Times and Wall…