Tuesday, May 24, 2022

Tag: New York Times

NYT runs interference for billionaires who don’t want their wealth taxed

Fortunately for them, they’ve got the New York Times running interference.

NYT acknowledges need for economic change—without crediting those who would bring...

“Remember, news is what the public does not know.”

NYT writes post-mortems for a Sanders campaign it did its best...

The coronavirus may have halted most campaigning for now—but it evidently has not stopped anti-Sanders media bias.

Witness to a farce

Watching impeachment through the lens of the New York Times.

NY’s ‘Gray Lady’ tries to undermine Sanders, endorsing both Democratic women...

The NY Times has exposed its treachery by promoting the woman card, endorsing both women running for the Democratic nomination.

NYT steers dems away from the obvious formula for defeating Trump

Thomas Edsall’s demographic analysis is almost always misleading (FAIR.org, 2/10/15, 10/9/15, 6/5/16, 3/30/18, 7/24/19)—and his latest column for the New York Times (8/28/19) is no exception.

The NYT’s six percent solution for student debt

The NYT claims that student loan debt forgiveness already exists.

Why the new push for charter schools should anger progressives

Surveys find that Americans have increased confidence in public schools while support for charter schools has dropped by double digit percentages among Democrats and Republicans.

On seeing America’s wars whole

Crudely put, the central question that goes not only unanswered, but unasked is this: What the hell is going on?

How Exxon used the New York Times to make you question...

These oil companies were not as naive or uncertain as they long pretended to be.

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4 ways the media does a disservice to sexual assault survivors

People who work in the media have a tremendous responsibility to report the facts without letting unnecessary information taint them.

Anaheim mayor resigns amid FBI corruption investigation

“I hope that the people of Anaheim and our media continue to pursue the question of whether Harry Sidhu was acting alone."

Oil giant consultant resigns, citing operations beyond ‘limits of our planetary systems’

"I can no longer work for a company that ignores all the alarms and dismisses the risks of climate change and ecological collapse."

Lift the Supreme Court’s veil of secrecy

These nine individuals make decisions that affect every American. Why should they get to do it secretly?

FDA denies petitions to ban phthlates in food packaging

"It’s outrageous that FDA decided chemicals banned from children’s toys should remain in the food we eat. Families deserve better from FDA.”