Vexed Over X! NY Times Weeps for Lost Blue Checks, Musk’s ‘Hellscape'

October 30th, 2023 6:11 AM

First the Washington Post, then the New York Times went after the social media platform formerly known as Twitter, one year after techno-entrepreneur Elon Musk purchased it and shone a light on the previous regimes squelching of conservative voices in favor of liberal “blue checks” and other anointed ones, and possibly swinging the 2020 election to Democrat Joe Biden (see “…

NYT Mocks ‘Right-Wing Fury at I.R.S. Overhaul,’ ‘Conspiracy Theories'

August 20th, 2022 11:06 AM

The New York Times’ Alan Rappeport and Tiffany Hsu devoted 1,500 words to dismissing conservative concerns over potential IRS overreach, after news the agency is hiring 87,000 new agents, at least some of whom will carry firearms: “More Money for I.R.S. Spurs Conspiracy Theories of ‘Shadow Army.’” Typically, conservative concerns and predictions were dismissed by the paper as “…

NYT Cheers ‘Impressive’ NRA-Haters, Tries to Poison Gun-Rights Brand

February 28th, 2018 5:23 PM
In the wake of the killings in Parkland, Fla., the New York Times is pressing for gun control and targeting the National Rifle Association. Reporters Richard Fausset and Tiffany Hsu reveled in a purported split between the GOP’s supposed natural allies, big business and the influential gun-rights group, in a front-page story Wednesday, “N.R.A. Battle Pits Business Against G.O.P.”

LA Times Now Describing Illegal Aliens As 'Informal Workers' Who 'Labo

September 2nd, 2014 7:41 AM
Via Weasel Zippers, we learned the Los Angeles Times has a new term for illegal aliens in the work force: they’re “informal workers,” and that doesn’t mean they don’t arrive on the job in a tuxedo. Times reporter Tiffany Hsu (a "UC Berkeley grad") began her Saturday story with the new I-word (and illegal immigrants also “labored unofficially” in "gray employment"):

More Media War On Food: Papa John’s CEO Roasted for Obamacare Commen

August 10th, 2012 1:51 PM
The media doesn’t like food much these days. Papa John’s Pizza founder John Schnatter is the latest individual in the food industry to draw fire from the left; in his case the he made the mistake of discussing the economic effects of Obamacare on his company. Outlets from the Colbert Report to the Boston Globe savaged Schnatter for having the effrontery of publicly explaining basic economics…