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The NYT Has a Hilarious New Post Up From the Public Editor Asking if the NYT Should Report the Truth and Correct Lies

January 12, 2012

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This article from Public Editor Arthur Brisbane is the gift that keeps on giving. That he (or apparently the Times) don’t see that it demonstrates that the NYT (and their other friends in the MSM who just haven’t had the balls to write this stuff down and post it for all to see) has officially […]

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Another Day, Another NYT Ethan Bronner Scandal

September 26, 2011

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And you know what that means for Bronner- probably a promotion. This isn’t the first time Bronner’s objectivity/ethics has been an issue for the NYT Public Editor.The last time was when Bronner’s son was serving in the IDF. The Public Editor at the time, Clark Hoyt, took the position that Bronner was a fine reporter […]

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This is why I love Glenn Greenwald

July 29, 2011


Glenn Greenwald is a well-known progressive blogger over at Salon who made a name for himself analyzing the legal implications of the Bush administration’s illegal domestic spying, among other things, including the outing of covert CIA operative Valerie Plame. He has become a huge thorn in the side of the lazy, sycophantic media and also […]

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Fox News Headlines Vs. Real News Headlines

July 6, 2011


This is via Buzzflash. It shows how Fox spins certain headlines to, shall we say, appeal to their own unique audience. Here are a few of the samples but go here to check them all out, they are too funny: Actual Headline: Fox News Headline: Actual Headline: Fox News Headline: Actual Headline: Fox Headline: Actual […]

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A Blog Worth Noting: Sleepless in Gaza

July 3, 2011


I’ve come across a lot of interesting people in the blogosphere/Twittershere and I just wanted to point you in the direction of a blog by a 23-year old young man, Nader K., who lives in Gaza. It’s called “Sleepless in Gaza” with the tagline “venting can be therapeutic” and it’s basically about his life in […]

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