NYT Applauds Violent Eco-Nut Tactics to ‘Avoid Planetary Catastrophe'
August 13th, 2022 10:30 PM
The New York Times is going all in on radical “climate change.” First, reporter Cara Buckley issued the paper’s latest profile in praise of disruptive eco-nuts: “These Groups Want Disruptive Climate Protests. Oil Heirs Are Funding Them.” Then Lisa Friedman and Coral Davenport unsubtly suggested the “septuagenarian lawmakers” that lead the Democratic party were moving too slow to save…
NYT: Sen. Manchin Dooms Humanity as ‘Earth Warms to Dangerous Levels'
July 18th, 2022 10:07 AM
Last week, The New York Times continued its ongoing breakdown over Democratic Senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia for scuttling President Biden’s “climate change” agenda and dooming mankind to perdition with “Manchin Pulls Plug on Climate and Tax Talks, Shrinking Domestic Plan” courtesy of Times reporters Emily Cochrane and Lisa Friedman letting climate-change activists have…
California Scheming? NY Times Uses Fires to Burn Trump’s 2020 Chances
September 17th, 2020 12:13 PM
New York Times reporters dealt with the deadly state of wildfires in California on Monday’s front page, but used it solely as a cudgel with which to bash President Trump, in two front-page stories: “Trump, a Bold Climate Denier, Confronts a Charred California" and “Spurred By Fires, Trump and Biden Clash On Climate."
New York Times: Trump 'Darth Vader-like Figure' on Environment
July 9th, 2019 2:28 PM
New York Times political reporter Katie Rogers teamed with environmental reporter Coral Davenport for Trump mockery on Tuesday’s front page: “In Speech, Trump Portrays U.S. As a Leader on the Environment.” That benign headline hid deep bias. The current online headline reflected the story’s actual tone by quoting a Trump critic: “Trump Saw Opportunity in Speech on Environment. Critics Saw a ‘“…
NY Times on Climate Change: Trump Hunkered Against ‘Facts...Science'
March 1st, 2019 4:00 PM
New York Times environmental reporter Coral Davenport returned to a favorite subject on Friday, “As G.O.P. Trust in Climate Science Widens, an Isolated Trump Hunkers Down.” The administration is considering creating a panel to question the National Climate Assessment, which concluded last year that fossil fuels were raising the earth’s temperature to possibly catastrophic levels. The text box: “…
NYT Actually Runs 'G.O.P. Pounces' Over Story on Botched Green Deal
February 12th, 2019 7:27 PM
It’s almost predictable at this point: Democrats embarrass themselves, and the media frames it not as a Democratic error, but as a case of cynical Republicans “pouncing” for political advantage. The latest example was a New York Times story on the thoroughly botched embarrassment that was the launch of the radical Green New Deal: “Lawmaker’s Staff Flubs Green New Deal Plan, and G.O.P. Pounces,”…
NY Times: 'Startling Breach of Decorum' on Drinking Jabs...from GOP
December 2nd, 2018 7:58 AM
The New York Times was shocked, shocked, to find “a startling breach of decorum and of the norms” by a member of President Trump’s cabinet. Sheryl Gay Stolberg and Coral Davenport covered a heated social media spat between far-left Congressman Raul Grijalva and Ryan Zinke, Trump’s Secretary of the Interior: “Zinke’s Insults At Lawmaker Rattle Capitol.” It took chutzpah on the paper’s part to…
NYT's Davenport Makes Front Page: 'Science Is Unwelcome' Under Trump
June 10th, 2018 6:09 PM
On the front page of Sunday’s New York Times, environmental reporter Coral Davenport devoted over 2,000 words to the Trump administration's alleged "retreat from scince." The headline made the proposition clear: “In the Trump Administration, Science Is Unwelcome. So Is Advice.” To Davenport, "science" includes support for the liberal climate change consensus, and the Iran deal.
Liberal Media Mock Breitbart for Exposing NY Times Reporter's Emails
August 8th, 2017 8:32 PM
Breitbart’s being mocked by “mainstream” media figures on Twitter for reporting on emails New York Times environment reporter/activist Coral Davenport sent to sympathetic fellow greens at the Environmental Protection Agency to produce hard-hitting reports on Trump’s EPA boss Scott Pruitt.
Backfire: NYT’s Hit on Rick Perry's Energy Dept. Ignorance Sputters
January 19th, 2017 3:00 PM
The New York Times went to enormous (and utterly unsubstantiated) lengths to portray former Texas Gov. Rick Perry as a oil-man rube over his head as the potential Energy Secretary, in “Perry Seeks Cabinet Job He Initially Misconstrued.”
NY Times Rants on 'Denier' Trump’s Threat to Climate Legislation
November 20th, 2016 10:46 AM
On the front page of Saturday’s New York Times, environmental reporter Coral Davenport filed from Morocco on how shell-shocked diplomats at an international climate conference were responding to Trump’s election victory (spoiler: not well) in “Climate Pact Negotiators Confront a New Peril.” While Davenport went into loving detail on how the international community could punish the United States…
On PBS, Scribes Gush for Hillary's 'Even More Ambitious' Climate Plan
September 8th, 2016 9:44 PM
On the surface, it might seem quite straightforward and objective to ask two reporters to assess the two candidates on their “climate change” policy approaches. But on Wednesday’s PBS NewsHour, the reporters were not at all objective. They were Chris Mooney of The Washington Post, who was hired after he wrote the transparently ideological books The Republican War on Science, and The Republican…
NPR, NYT Promote 'America's First Climate Change Refugees'
May 14th, 2016 11:31 PM
Following the lead of The New York Times, NPR on Saturday touted a new American trend – “climate change refugees,” people being subsidized by the federal government to move away from their lives on the coast.
NYT's Bias Boils Over in Paris: 'News' Stories Plea for Climate Action
December 1st, 2015 6:12 PM
The New York Times' coverage of the international climate change summit in Paris remained on an aggressive boil, as Coral Davenport and Gardiner Harris' report from France Tuesday, "Citing Urgency, World Leaders Converge on France for Climate Meeting," hit the same set of alarmist notes Davenport did in her previous story from Paris. And Justin Gillis, the paper's most alarmist environmental…