Author Archive | Clay Waters

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Never Mind the Starvation, What’s in Style? NYT on North Korea’s Fashionable Tyranny, ‘Stiletto Surprise’

<p>Carol Giacomo of the <em>New York Times</em> editorial board contributed a puzzling story to the back of the <em>Times</em> Thursday Styles section, “Decoding Dress in North Korea (Including a Stiletto Surprise).” Giacomo was part of a group of four <em>Times</em> journalists invited by North Korea’s Foreign Ministry. It’s unclear the purpose of Thursday’s Styles piece, […]

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Sneaky: NYT’s Sex Harassment History Hails Anita Hill, Whacks Trump, Ailes…Skips Bill Clinton

<p>“Do We Believe Women? Nation Takes Fresh Look At Sexual Harassment,” was the headline and the question posed by reporter Clyde Haberman in Wednesday’s <em>New York Times</em> . But that promised “look” at harassment in business and politics focused only on one side of the political aisle. The print version included an archive photo of […]

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NYT’s Red Century Whitewash Continues: Lovable Soviet Kids Books, Communist Reporter

<p>The two most recent entries in the <em>New York Times</em>’ shameful Red Century series, seemingly dedicated to whitewashing the Soviet era on the<sup> </sup>100th anniversary of the Russian Revolution, praise Soviet children book propaganda (while mocking U.S tomes) and hailing the participatory journalism of American Communist writer John Reed.</p>

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Actual Newsweek Headline: ‘Trump Tells Hate Group Americans ‘Worship God,’ Not Government’

<p><em>Newsweek,</em> whose home page of late devotes every square pixel to anti-Trump-pro-liberal articles, featured a Harriet Sinclair piece Thursday on President Trump’s then-upcoming speech to the Family Research Council’s Values Voter Summit. Or, as the magazine’s hit-piece of a headline called it, “Donald<strong> </strong>Trump To Speak At Hate Group’s Annual Event, A First For A […]

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New York Times in Denial on Liberal Bias: We Play It ‘Straight Down the Middle’

<p>White House correspondents Maggie Haberman and Peter Baker were joined in Washington, D.C., by executive editor Dean Baquet in a conversation on covering the Trump administration, moderated by media columnist Jim Rutenberg on October 12.<strong> </strong>About 33 minutes into the talk, the subject turned to liberal bias, and there were the usual evasions and denials. […]

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Liberal NYT Attacks Rising Conservative Alternative Media as Prejudiced, Cowardly

<p>It was only a matter of time. A <em>New York Times</em> opinion piece attacked conservative opinion media outlets as prejudiced and cowardly (including a rising conservative star) while purportedly criticizing right-wing groupthink in “The Hollow Bravery of Ben Shapiro,” posted Thursday. Contributor Jane Coaston, who has recently penned liberal political essays for the <em>New York […]

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New York Times’ Haberman Begins & Ends Immigration Rant With ‘Xenophobia’ Smear

<p><em>New York Times’</em> Clyde Haberman decided that it was prime time to bash Proposition 187, the 1994 California ballot initiative restricting government aid to illegal immigrants which passed into law, only to be declared unconstitutional, but which nonetheless spawned similar acts nationwide: “Failed Referendum That Propelled Policy on Migrants.” Haberman virtue-signaled this would be no […]

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New York Times Covers for Castro Henchman Che Guevara

<p>The <em>New York Times</em> on Monday marked the 50<sup>th</sup> anniversary of the death of Fidel Castro henchman and murderous Communist thug Che Guevara. The paper’s Andes bureau chief Nicholas Casey filed “Execution Haunts Village 50 Years After Guevara’s Death.” The left has long been infatuated with the Communist killer, and will read nothing to change […]

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NY Times Prominently Celebrates Democratic Sen. Bob Menendez, Back on the Hill

<p><em>New York Times</em>’ reporter Nick Corasiniti celebrated scandal-plagued Democratic Sen. Bob Menendez on the top of the paper’s New York section Saturday: “After a Month in Court, Menendez Relishes a Trip to Washington – Senator Capitalizes On Break in His Trial.” Corasaniti’s latest report is notably longer (1300 words) and more prominently placed than the […]

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