NYT LIES About Texas Taking On Critical Race Theory: ‘Jingoistic'

May 28th, 2021 10:00 AM

Texas is one of many states passing bills to keep their schools from indoctrinating students in “critical race theory,” a set of ideas holding that the United States was founded on racism and that all racial disparities and based in systemic racism. Meanwhile, the New York Times is one of many media outlets trying to force it through with dishonest reporting suggesting bills to…

NYT Angle on Mormons: ‘History of Religious Fundamentalist Settlers'

November 6th, 2019 10:25 PM
The New York Times burnished its reputation for hostility toward religion with a crass tweet that denigrated the American family of Mormons, massacred by a drug cartel in Mexico, as they were traveling in an SUV caravan on Monday. Six children and three women were killed. The Times tweeted the story out on Tuesday afternoon with negative connotations of the women and children victims: 

NYT Visits ‘Tranquil’ Border Town, Sees No Need for Trump ‘Alarm’

January 9th, 2019 1:28 PM
The front of Wednesday’s New York Times declared all was well on the Southern border, no matter what President Trump or his alarmed supporters may say: “No Crisis Here, Say Neighbors Close to Mexico -- Citing Other Problems ‘That Need Fixing.’” The reporting team found nothing but “tranquility” all along the border. The jump-page headline: “No…

NYT Uses Hurricane to Gin Up Sympathy for Scared Illegals on Page One

August 30th, 2017 10:39 AM
The front page of Wednesday’s New York Times was properly dominated by the damage Hurricane Harvey is wreaking in Texas. But reporters Simon Romero and Miriam Jordan took advantage of the tragedy to press the paper’s amnesty agenda in “An Uneasy Time for Immigrants, And Then the Rain Began to Fall.” Hinting headline aside, the Border Patrol was not conducting routine…

NYT Blames Police, L.A. Editor Blames State After Trump Rally

August 23rd, 2017 2:04 PM
New York Times reporter Simon Romero covered the violent aftermath of Tuesday night's Trump rally, as left-wing protesters, many violent, faced off with Trump fans: “Trump Rally in Phoenix Touches Nerves in City As Opposing Sides Meet.” Besides seeming to blame Trump’s “divisive” speech for hot tempers (including assaults on police officers), Romero suggested the…

NYT Covers for Brazil's Lefty Prez, Fears Shift to Right, Male Cabinet

May 14th, 2016 11:45 AM
The New York Times is worried about a shift to the right in Latin America and put its concern on the front page. Simon Romero reported from Brazil about the suspension from office of leftist president Dilma Rousseff during her impeachment trial. But instead of focusing on allegations of budgetary flimflamming by her administration, Romero tried to scare readers with the new, more conservative…

NYT Regales Readers With Popularity Myths of Leftist Dictators

June 29th, 2011 1:40 PM
On Wednesday, the New York Times's Caracas-based reporter Simon Romero drew a favorable sketch of two anti-American strongmen, Cuba’s Communist dictator Fidel Castro and leftist autocrat and ideological sibling Hugo Chavez of Venezuela, in “Venezuelan, Like Castro, Has Brother At the Ready.” Romero led off with left-wing flattery of the two nations: To the many…

Terrorist Helper Lori Berenson a Mere 'Outcast' Guilty of 'Youthful Ou

November 30th, 2010 2:35 PM
More sympathy from New York Times reporter Simon Romero for Lori Berenson, the  American terrorist helper jailed in Peru, in a profile on Saturday’s front page, “Berenson Tries to Make Amends in Peru.” Romero attempted to make Berenson an object of sympathy, as he did in a profile earlier this year when she was released on parole. Berenson was sentenced to life in…

AP, NYT Downplay U.S. Role in Chile Mine Rescue; Times Writers Cast Re

October 13th, 2010 9:16 AM
Michelle Malkin picked up on this vibe yesterday, and it has become more obvious in the intervening day: The establishment press, or at least parts of it, are downplaying the American exceptionalism -- and the exceptional Americans -- involved in the Chilean mine rescue. Reports early this morning at the Associated Press and New York Times exemplify the point. Times reporters Alexei…

NY Times Plays Photo Tricks to Condemn Chevron in Ecuador Dispute

October 12th, 2009 9:04 AM
As the old saying goes, a photo can say a thousand things. But what it can't say is how it can be used to say one thing, but really be another thing. And that's just how The New York Times used it. In the Oct. 9 issue of the Times, an article by Simon Romero and Clifford Krauss examined the events in a decade-and-a-half-long legal battle between a left-wing environmental group, supposedly…