#NYT

Entertainment | Humor

What Does America’s Coronavirus Response Look Like Abroad? | NYT Opinion

The United States leads the world in Covid-19 deaths, nearing 150,000 lost lives. The unemployment figures brought on by the pandemic are mind-boggling. The ...

News | News

What Lockdown 2.0 Looks Like: Harsher Rules, Deeper Confusion

Melbourne, Australia’s second-largest city, is becoming a case study in handling a second wave of infections. There are lots of unanswered questions.

News | Israel & The Jewish Community

ZOA Letter to the New York Times 2020 – 7.16.20. – on letterhead

Thank you, Zionist Organization of America, for publishing this letter to the NYT in response to their blatant Antisemitic attacks on the public. Hear Hear!!

Miscellaneous | News bias/fake news/media bias

The New York Times Dropped Millions On Facebook To Advertise The 1619 Project…While Trying To Bully Facebook Into Censorship

The New York Times’ massive campaign to pressure social media giants into restricting freedom of information — particularly dissemination from sources other than mainstream outlets — has now kicked into high gear. Tech columnist Kevin Roose warned the Tim

Politics | Politics

Oldest hatred rears its head: New York Times justifies black anti-Semitism

In the media, where heads now roll for failure to anticipate the impact of an argument on minority groups, anti-Semitism remains what it has always been: an enduring and acceptable hatred.

News | News

Corporate Voices Get Behind ‘Black Lives Matter’ Cause

Major companies are often wary of conflict, especially in a polarized time. But some are now taking a stand on racial injustice and police violence.

News | News

Fear and Frustration Rise as Virus Spikes in Jewish Enclaves

Rockland County, N.Y., currently has the highest per capita rate of coronavirus infection in New York State.

News | News

Anguish and Anger From the Navy SEALs Who Turned In Edward Gallagher

Video interviews and group texts obtained by The Times show men describing their platoon leader in grim terms.

News | News

The Weekly | Confidential Videos Show Why Navy SEALs Reported Edward Gallagher

Watch never-before-released video and confidential interviews with the Navy SEALs who accused Special Operations Chief Edward Gallagher of war crimes.

Sports | Surfing/SUPing

Steeped in Hawaiian History, Longboarding Rides an Instagram Wave

The online popularity of longboarding persuaded the World Surf League to add an official tour to a sport known for shortboarding competitions.

Politics | Censorship

NYT Slammed as Its '1619 Project' Enters Schools, Accused of Re-Writing US History

The New York Times: Once again spewing lies -- this time in classrooms as a rewrite of history.

Politics | Leftist Lunacy

New York Times triggered by Sean Spicer’s ‘untruthful’ dancing, which betrays a ‘cold brutality’

Ben Shapiro calls this New York Times piece “the single greatest opinion piece of all time,” which is great, because it’s about Sean Spicer and “Dancing with the Stars,” which as we know already has many people triggered. How should Spicer even be allowed

News | The News

Media hardest hit: The hero Photoshopped out of that doctored photo ‘was not offended and laughed’ – twitchy.com

It looks like the New York Times went fishing for a response they didn't get.

Politics | Politics

NYT Reporters Slammed For Yet Another ‘Major Error’: Witnesses DID Defend Kavanaugh

Robin Pogrebin and Kate Kelly, the New York Times journalists who co-authored a new book on Brett Kavanaugh and have come under fire for apparent anti-Kavanaugh bias, are receiving yet more blowback over an adapted passage of their book, this time publish

Politics | The "Squad"

AOC Just Said the New York Times is 'Aiding' White Supremacists

By now you've probably heard about the New York Times caving to leftist pressure after they wrote a fair and accurate headline about President Trump's remarks from the White House yesterday.

News | News

Daniel Pantaleo, N.Y.P.D. Officer in Eric Garner’s Death, Should Be Fired, Judge Says

Mr. Garner’s last words — “I can’t breathe” — ignited a national outcry over aggressive policing in minority neighborhoods.

Sports | Cycling

At 22, Egan Bernal All but Secures Tour de France Win

Barring a crash or something else unexpected, Bernal on Sunday will become the first Colombian to win cycling’s biggest race.

Miscellaneous | News bias/fake news/media bias

How Qatar infiltrated The New York Times

The New York Times published an article from an author tied to money from the Qatari government.

Politics | Media Bias

New York Times Makes Israeli Diplomacy Sound Dirty | HonestReporting

As Israel restores and builds on relations with African states, only the New York Times could make legitimate Israeli diplomacy sound dirty.

Politics | PC Culture

NYT Crossword Editor Gets Beaned By the Roaming Outrage Mob

Nobody with half a brain actually believes the crossword team at the NYT is sitting around thinking of ways to be racist.

Politics | Trump Politics

Trump Critical of New York Times Over 'Fake Story' on Mobile Phone Use

President Donald Trump criticized The New York Times for publishing what he called a "Fake Story" about China and Russia listening to his mobile phone calls

Politics | Op-Ed

An Open Letter to the NYT’s Anonymous Senior Trump Administration Official | National Review

For the good of the nation, the anonymous Trump administration senior official who claimed Trump is unfit for office in a NYT op-ed must identify himself, and back up his claims about the president with hard evidence.

Politics | Media Bias

Israel is on Fire and The New York Times is Silent

“All the News That’s Fit to Print,” the venerable motto of The New York Times ever since publisher Adolph Ochs...

Politics | PC Culture

NYT On Rape: Actually, 'Yes' Can Mean 'No' | Daily Wire

For all the talk about conservatives allegedly infantilizing women, third-wave (AKA fainting couch) feminists are apparently hell-bent on presenting women as such helpless creatures that they cannot even be expected to give accurate verbal consent.

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...

Politics | 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 Watch

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.