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    A New York Times columnist boasting decades of experience with words is now trying to convince his state that he can put them into action. On Thursday, the New York Times announced  that Nicholas Kristof, a senior columnist in the newspaper’s opinion section, would be stepping down from his role at the paper to pursue a run for Oregon...
    Liberal New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof walked away from the paper on Thursday after a 37-year career as he explores a possible run for Oregon governor.  The Times published a note from opinion editor Kathleen Kingsbury announcing Kristof’s decision.  Liberal columnist Nicholas Kristof called his time at The New York Times the "ride of a lifetime." (Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images) (Jamie McCarthy/Getty...
    Liberal New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof is exploring a possible run for Oregon governor.  Kristof has been reaching out to prominent Democrats about staffing in recent days, Politico reported, citing "three sources familiar with the activity."  ENTREPRENEUR FILES $6.2 MILLION DEFAMATION SUIT AGAINST NEW YORK TIMES, STAR REPORTER TAYLOR LORENZ Liberal New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof...
    Conservative radio host Mark Levin again reiterated Israel’s right to defend itself, pushing back on comments New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof made during a segment on Real Time with Bill Maher. “That is unbelievable,” Levin said during a LevinTV episode, responding to Kristof’s claim that Israel is guilty of “possible war crimes” in its latest feud with the Hamas-governed...
    In my new book, Breaking the News: Exposing the Establishment Media’s Hidden Deals and Secret Corruption, I reveal the findings of my year-long investigation into several of Americans most powerful media corporations. One of the most shocking themes of the book is the incestuous relationship many of America’s biggest media companies have with one another. There are few clearer examples...
    New York Times columnist Paul Krugman was roasted on Thursday for suggesting the violence that has plagued cities over the past year was a figment of Republicans' imagination, in a bizarre series of tweets that echoed a recent Gray Lady report. Krugman made the claim hours after the Times ignored 18 deaths and nearly $2 billion in property damage nationwide in an article slamming Republican bills designed to stop...
    New York Times columnist Paul Krugman suggested on Thursday that the violence that has plagued cities over the past year was a figment of Republicans' imagination.  Krugman knocked Republicans on Twitter for "only" being concerned about illegal immigration and the deficit in comparison to Democrats, who according to a Pew study are overwhelmingly concerned about gun violence, racism, the coronavirus, climate...
    New York Times columnist Bret Stephens took aim Tuesday at liberals who are "unwittingly" aiding Florida Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis with their negative coverage of the potential 2024 White House hopeful.  "To understand how Ron DeSantis last week became the apparent front-runner for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination — and how the liberal media helped the Florida governor get there —...
    Bret Stephens, a Never Trump columnist for the New York Times who backed Hillary Clinton in 2016, has published a column in which he calls upon President Joe Biden to finish Trump’s wall along the southern U.S. border. Noting that “the Biden administration’s concept of compassion” is also “an inducement to recklessness” among migrants, Stephens writes: That’s a conclusion I’ve come...
    Washington Post columnist Josh Rogin blasted The New York Times over the weekend for declaring the theory that the coronavirus emerged from a Wuhan lab to have been "debunked." After former CDC director Dr. Robert Redfield shared his belief last week that the virus escaped from a Chinese laboratory, Washington Examiner reporter Jerry Dunleavy pointed out that the Google search results for the Times report on Redfield's comments read: "Ex-CDC...
    New York Times columnist Charles M. Blow argued in a recent piece that cartoon character Pepé Le Pew perpetuates rape culture. “As a child, I was led to believe that Blackness was inferior. And I was not alone. The Black society into which I was born was riddled with these beliefs,” Blow wrote in a New York Times column...
    Charles Blow, a left-wing columnist for the New York Times, has suggested canceling the popular Looney Tunes cartoon characters Speedy Gonzales and Pepé Le Pew — the former because it is “racist,” the latter for contributing to “rape culture.” Blow made the suggestions in a column applauding the removal of several Dr. Seuss books from circulation for allegedly racist caricatures. In...
    New York Times columnist David Brooks earned a second salary for a think-tank project partially funded by Facebook without fully disclosing the relationship to his readers, BuzzFeed News reported Wednesday. Brooks has been a Times columnist since 2003, according to a short biography on the newspaper's website. He joined the Aspen Institute as part of Weave: The Social Fabric Project...
    New York Times columnist Michelle Goldberg attempted to summarize Monday why Democrats are not overwhelmingly calling for the resignation of Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo amid a pair of scandals.  Goldberg began her column by saying it "seems obvious enough" that allegations of sexual harassment and inappropriate advances against Cuomo are credible and it is "hard to imagine how an inquiry could...
    New York Times columnist David Brooks did not inform his editors of his work for Facebook, BuzzFeed News reported Friday. Brooks wrote a 900-plus word column titled “Building trust through online communities” posted on Facebook’s blog Tuesday, BuzzFeed stated, and also guested on a Facebook-produced video panel hyping a study funded by the company. “David’s editors were not aware of...
    China is a much better place than America despite those pesky accusations of genocide against Uighurs, according to New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman. A formal legal opinion recently published in the United Kingdom and cited by the BBC on Sunday concluded that here is a "very credible case" that China is carrying out genocide against Uighurs," but Friedman feels the communist nation is much...
    New York Times columnist Kurt Streeter wrote an all-time dumb piece about UConn and college football. This upcoming Monday, Ohio State and Alabama will take the field in Miami to determine a national champion. The game is apparently meaningless in the eyes of Streeter because he’s already determined the national champs! It’s UConn for refusing to take the field during...
    Newsmax TV host Greg Kelly went on a Twitter rant against New York Times media columnist Ben Smith for his latest column on the conservative network. Smith’s Sunday night column — “The King of Trump TV Thinks You’re Dumb Enough to Buy It” — is a profile of Newsmax CEO Chris Ruddy, whose network has drawn attention and plenty of...
    Vox co-founder and editor-at-large Ezra Klein will be leaving the outlet to join The New York Times as a columnist and podcast host.  Times Opinion announced the addition Friday in a statement from editors Kathleen Kingsbury and Paula Szuchman, who wrote that Klein “will be able to help our readers and listeners navigate the political future as Washington moves into...
    New York Times contributing opinion writer Wajahat Ali was heavily criticized on Twitter Thursday after complaining in his latest column that he couldn’t convince Trump supporters to ditch the president and adapt his liberal views. Ali’s column, headlined “‘Reach Out to Trump Supporters,’ They Said. I Tried,” declared that the far-left pundit had given up and is finished trying to push them to the left....
    Saul Loeb/Getty Images New York Times columnist Frank Bruni is suggesting that Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner leave America for North Korea or Saudi Arabia after President Donald Trump leaves the White House. In a Monday article titled, “Was It Worth It, Jared and Ivanka?” Bruni wrote that the pair are unlikely to stay in Washington, D.C. because “there’s nothing more...
    New York Times tech columnist Kevin Roose was roasted on social media Tuesday for claiming that “Facebook is absolutely teeming with right-wing misinformation” when four stories he used as examples turned out to be accurate and widely reported.  “Facebook is absolutely teeming with right-wing misinformation right now. These are all among the 10 most-engaged URLs on the platform over the...
    New York Times columnist Charles Blow said he was devastated by exit polls showing President Trump increasing his share of votes among black men and other minorities from 2016. “This is so personally devastating to me: the black male vote for Trump INCREASED from 13% in 2016 to 18% this year. The black female vote for Trump doubled from...
    New York Times opinion columnist Roger Cohen deleted a pair of tweets Monday that he said weren’t up to the Gray Lady’s standards.   “I deleted two tweets that I wrote yesterday that do not meet our standards,” Cohen wrote.   Cohen did not elaborate on the content of the now-deleted tweets, but Vox senior correspondent Dylan Matthews shared images of what appear to...
    The New York Times Guild, a union that is supposed to represent employees of the New York Times, tweeted out a demand that New York Times columnist Bret Stephens be censored. Later, the Guild deleted its bizarre demand. On Friday, Stephens published an op-ed critical of the Times’ own “1619 Project,” a group project led by far-left reporter Nikole Hannah-Jones...
    A NEW York Times columnist believes that US is headed towards a "potential second Civil War" over the upcoming race for president. Tom Friedman said that President Donald Trump's Wednesday remarks, in which he avoided saying whether he'd commit to a peaceful transfer of power if he loses the November election, sounded like a "six-alarm fire." 5A New York Times...
    The New York Times excoriated CNN in a column Sunday that indicated the liberal network either “amped up outrage and righteousness” with anti-Trump coverage to increase ratings or CNN Worldwide president Jeff Zucker simply wants to destroy the man he helped turn into a star. Times media columnist Ben Smith’s latest piece, “Jeff Zucker Helped Create Donald Trump. That Show May Be Ending,” argues that...
    Neilson Barnard/New York Times/Getty Images New York Times opinion columnist Paul Krugman found himself at the center of controversy after claiming there was no “mass outbreak of anti-Muslim sentiment and violence” following the 9/11 terrorist attacks. On the 19th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks on Friday, Krugman tweeted, “Overall, Americans took 9/11 pretty calmly. Notably, there wasn’t a...
    Analysis Hide Every anniversary of 9/11 on Twitter, a site you are not required to post on by law, someone posts some absolutely terrible opinion, meme, or awful take on the terrorist attack. Hide While every day on there, you don’t want to be the main character, today you especially don’t want to be, whether you are a brand...
    New York Times columnist Paul Krugman is the latest journalist to mockingly downplay the violence that has plagued some American cities. Krugman on Wednesday shared observations he made during his run in New York City. "I went for a belated NYC run this morning, and am sorry to report that I saw very few black-clad anarchists. Also, the city is...
    Hillary Clinton told longtime New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd Saturday to lay off the pot brownies. The jab came after a column from Dowd which stated that Biden and his yet to be announced female running mate would be the first Democratic male/female presidential ticket since Walter Mondale and Geraldine Ferraro in 1984. The analysis apparently forgot Clinton’s run...
    Conservative columnist Andrew Sullivan announced he is leaving New York magazine this week, saying the reasons for the split were 'pretty self-evident'. He said he would elaborate in his final column on Friday Conservative columnist Andrew Sullivan has announced he is leaving New York magazine this week, saying the reasons for the split were 'pretty self-evident'. Sullivan's announcement came...
    New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman is urging Joe Biden not to participate in the three upcoming debates with President Trump unless the president agrees to "two conditions" Friedman has proposed. "I worry about Joe Biden debating Donald Trump. He should do it only under two conditions. Otherwise, he’s giving Trump unfair advantages," Friedman began his column Tuesday evening. Friedman...
    New York Times opinion columnist Paul Krugman said Tuesday in a tweet that ‘reality is coming for white supremacists driving golf carts’ after news broke that coronavirus is reaching older populations in Florida. Krugman linked to a Bloomberg article that said the pandemic is reaching more vulnerable populations in Florida, where record-high numbers of people over age 75 are testing...
    New York Times columnist Bret Stephens blasted his own paper’s decision to disavow Senator Tom Cotton’s recent op-ed about the George Floyd unrest as “an invitation to intellectual cowardice.” James Bennet, the editorial page editor of the liberal newspaper, resigned Sunday amid reports of anger and outrage inside the Times over the publication of Cotton’s piece. The senator had called for troops to be sent in if police could...
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