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Politics | The Hall of Idiots

Can My Children Be Friends With White People? - The New York Times

The rise of Donald Trump has broken bonds on all sides. But for people of color the stakes are different.

News | Israel & The Jewish Community

New York Times Avoids Calling a Jew a Jew | Jewish & Israel News Algemeiner.com

When is a Jew not a Jew? When The New York Times is writing about him or her and is...

News | Media Bias

New York Times Marks Six-Day War Anniversary With Jerusalem Map Obliterating Jewish Presence

Whatever one makes of the long news article the New York Times ran out under the headline “50 Years After...

News | Fun With Islam

New York Times Praises "Diverse" Muslim Attacks on Jews | Frontpage Mag

Diversity is awesome. Especially diverse attempts at killing Jews. Even if they're not really that diverse.

But the New York Times headline is "Palestinian Protests Turn Up Intensity and Draw a Diverse Crowd". The piece is from notorious propagandist Diaa Hadid of Electronic Intifada and is straight up glamorization of Muslim terror attacks on Jews. Hadid caught a lot of flak when she outrageously described the Muslim murder of a Jewish man as an "accident".

Politics | Media Bias

The New York Times CROPS OUT George W. Bush from their SELMA front page picture

The totally objective and completely unbiased New York Times made sure that their readers didn't see George W. Bush and Laura attend the Selma 50th Anniversary by awkwardly cutting them out of thei...

News | News

The Correction: NYT Admits Major Screw-up on Bibi's So-Called Breach of Protocol – Tablet Magazine

For one whole week, I’ve been staring at The Correction. I’m a fairly seasoned reader of the New York Times, and a frequent critic of the paper, but the more I gazed at The Correction, the more it gazed back at me, defiant. What the hell? You might h

Books | Books

Harper Lee, Author of ‘To Kill a Mockingbird,’ Is to Publish a Second Novel - NYTimes.com

Harper Lee, the reclusive author of the beloved best-selling novel “To Kill a Mockingbird,” will publish a second novel in July, her publisher announced Tuesday.