‘Socialism’ Absent from 9,000-Word NYT Story on Venezulean Woes

March 4th, 2018 5:12 PM
The New York Times’ abject refusal to pin the socialism label on the failed and starving state of Venezuela is well-documented (as is the paper’s whitewashing of that and other tyrannical left-wing regimes). In the newest Times Sunday Magazine, writer Wil S. Hylton devoted nearly 9,000 words to fiery, often-imprisoned opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez, “Can Venezuela Be Saved?” yet managed to…

Ted Turner: FNC to Blame for Iraq, US Nukes Worse Than Iran Nukes

October 14th, 2007 10:57 AM