New York Times

New York Times Editorial Board Endorses Warren and Klobuchar

I. Can't.

Here's the link, but I frankly wouldn't bother:

The TL;DR version is "Both the radical and the realist models warrant serious consideration. If there were ever a time to be open to new ideas, it is now. If there were ever a time to seek stability, now is it.

I hope I'm not boring you with my diaries

Anyway, I have a general question for the audience here. Do any of you read FAIR? Anyway, if you want to learn about how the American media put out crap and bless it as solemn truth, or if you are merely fishing for a reason for why whole legions of journalists ought to exchange places with the residents of homeless camps in Oakland, read FAIR.

"The Op-Ed is a Forgery Written by the New York Times"

This, according to author Paul Craig Roberts. In his urgent and compelling essay, he breaks the discovery down piece by piece. You'll want to follow the link below and read it yourself for the full effect of the logic in action. Here are a few of his key assertions:

The op-ed is a forgery. As a former senior official in a presidential administration, I can state with certainty that no senior official would express disagreement anonymously. Anonymous dissent has no credibility. Moreover, the dishonor of it undermines the character of the writer.

The New York Times’ claim to have vetted the writer lacks credibility, as the New York Times has consistently printed extreme accusations against Trump and against Vladimir Putin without supplying a bit of evidence. The New York Times has consistently misrepresented unsubstantiated allegations as proven fact. There is no reason whatsoever to believe the New York Times about anything.

OT 9-3-15 - Outright lying by the Government and the Press

My very first disillusionment came in 1973 when the U.S. backed the Pinochet coup in Chile. Reading the New York Times article the next day was irritating. It was so obvious that the U.S. was involved and that Allende was murdered yet the Times absolutely ignored those facts. They didn't even speculate that what had happened *might* have happened. I had grown up thinking that the Times printed the truth. Naive, eh?