The New York Times claims that, until the demonstrations began in Gaza last month, Hamas had been firing “a fairly steady tempo” of rockets at Israel. In fact, it had been firing none.
The New York Times initially blamed the Palestinians for the outbreak of violence that left Gazans dead and wounded on March 30. A subsequent Times editorial tacitly acknowledges that initial report was Israeli propaganda masquerading as journalism.
Witness what the New York Times says science says about the safety of the influenza vaccine versus what its own source from the medical literature actually says.
What is the significance of the 1917 Balfour Declaration? The New York Times doesn’t even come close to telling you the answer.
The New York Times is just getting over-the-top ridiculous with its ceaseless stream of evidence-less stories about Russian “hacking” of the US election.
The New York Times reports as fact that Russia hacked the 2016 US presidential election despite failing to present any evidence to support this claim.
An example of the kind of cognitive dissonance prevalent among priests of the state religion whose function is to manufacture consent for government policy.
The solutions being proposed for how to “fix” Obamacare are just more of the same kinds of interventions that have caused the problems in the first place.
The New York Times pretends to care about evidence, but applies a completely different standard when it comes to US government claims.
The New York Times advocates increasing the minimum wage while refusing to see the evidence of the harm caused by outlawing jobs.