Tag Archive for New York Times

Bloggers Behaving Badly

I spent some time reading the local blogs and checking in with my Facebook friends and am noting some interesting comments in posts. Let’s start with our friends at Orange Punch, where Steve Greenhut has a post about how Conservatives will be spending considerable time in the wilderness.  No disagreement there.  But then Stephen wrote…

The NY Times on the Stimulus Bill

For House Republicans, none of which supported the Stimulus Bill, the thought must be “none of us voted for it so none of us will take the blame when it fails.” Might I suggest a double-edge sword.  If the Stimulus Bill does reinvigorate the economy, then none of the House Republicans can take credit for…

NY Times on The Court’s Prop 8 Challenge

Look what I found in today’s New York Times. Apparently, they can’t see why the California Supreme Court should allow Prop H8 to stand. Why? Read this: The court has correctly determined that the equal protection clause prohibits governmental discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation, which extends the right of marriage to same-sex couples.…

Obama Endorsed by the New York Times

Major newspaper endorsements continue to roll in for Senator Barack Obama.  The New York Times has endorsed him for president. From the endorsment: The United States is battered and drifting after eight years of President Bush’s failed leadership. He is saddling his successor with two wars, a scarred global image and a government systematically stripped…

Palin’s Attacks Open Doors to Her Past Associations

Alaska govenor Sarah Palin made a point to bring up the fact she reads the New York Times and used an article from the paper to ressurect Senator Obama’s “associations” with former Weather Underground leader Bill Ayers.  Might I suggest the Govenor take a reading comprehension class as the article did a pretty good job…