The New York Times was forced to correct an article about COVID-19 vaccinations for children after it grossly overreported the number of kids who have been hospitalized with the virus.
The New York Times scrubbed the false Border Patrol ‘whipping’ narrative from its article after the photographer said he never saw agents whip anyone.
Because they failed so miserably in finding any damning evidence against the administration in this litigation, the Times had to invent a false ‘gotcha’ story about me.
The New York Times, The Atlantic, and an 83-year-old think tank that hasn’t had a hit since the Iraq War are explaining how to succeed in the world they built. That’s the joke right there.
‘Violence is often deployed, even if counterproductively, on behalf of causes far less consequential than the climate crisis,’ writes Ezra Klein in The New York Times.
As we should have suspected, forever lockdowns and a reduction in our standard of living are what elite liberals wanted all along.
The Times glossed over the fact that the paper has issued major corrections to Hannah-Jones’s 1619 Project.
The abortion industry and Big Fertility both regard children as adult-pleasing commodities instead of vulnerable people whose rights deserve protection.
It lacks any facts because it’s a pressure piece, pure and simple, designed to intimidate America’s bishops into doing what The New York Times thinks they should do.
CRT is here in America, and those who support it will stop at absolutely nothing to act as if it is no big deal. The gaslighting continues.
The New York Times was forced to back down from targeting popular satire website the Babylon Bee after months of smearing it as ‘far-right misinformation.’
Haberman, who has a track record of lying, falsely claimed that former President Donald Trump refused to encourage getting vaccinated against COVID-19.
The Times staffer said on MSNBC Tuesday she was angered when she saw ‘dozens of American flags’ on trucks and argued that we need to ‘separate America from whiteness.’
A member of the New York Times editorial board made the ridiculous claim that she was ‘disturbed’ upon seeing American flags on American soil.
Elites in academia, media, and business want more debates over equity. The rest of us just want to feed our families and get along. Those two goals are not compatible in this fraught cultural climate.
The Babylon Bee demanded the New York Times retract a characterization of the conservative satire site as a ‘far-right misinformation site’ on Friday.