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.
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.
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.
They New York Times’ article exposed Democrats’ deep-seated fear and frustration at having lost their grip on blue collar, rural voters.
These kinds of things aren’t one-offs, they’re how corporate media and the Democratic Party work in tandem to defeat their conservative opponents.
What accounts for the New York Times’ change from a dark presentation of absentee voting to a decidedly rosy one? The 2020 election, it appears.
The same science that explains why men and women respond differently to COVID vaccines also explains why eschewing sex in pursuit of gender fluidity is an exercise in futility.
New York Times reporters debased themselves by asking Josh Hawley’s middle school principal and former prom date for comment on the Republican senator.
The problem with firing Wolfe for making her political leanings so blatantly obvious is that the political leanings of 95 percent of The New York Times staff are also blatantly obvious.
It’s gross that the Times and other outlets effectively carry out Chinese information operations. But maybe we should appreciate the inadvertent candor.
The New York Times falsely labeled Richie McGinniss, a conservative reporter, as a rioter in the mob at the Capitol on Wednesday.
By giving comfort to China’s evil regime, the New York Times is showing its true colors.
While the Times has preached against forms of cultural borrowing before, it graciously granted Hilaria Baldwin a platform to say she did nothing wrong.
At 15, Mimi Groves said the n-word word in an attempt to be ‘cool,’ and the video sat for years. It wasn’t until it was weaponized against her that anyone cared at all.
‘The news business is highly competitive. If the leader has abandoned its own standards and history of fair and rigorous reporting, why should the others be any different?’
Power-hungry elites seek to destroy Scott Atlas because he and the scientific coalition he represents makes it clear that these public health emperors may have plenty of masks, but no clothes.
Rather than being an ‘enslaver, Hamilton opposed slavery, advocated for manumission, and supported enslaved and freed blacks to the extent that his limited means allowed.
Why did the newspaper of record deem it worthwhile to launch a three-week investigation into the life stories of a Supreme Court nominee’s minor children?
The New York Times article about Trump’s tax returns included nuggets of truth, but in the end, it was nothing more than the paper’s own version of ‘truthful hyperbole.’