By Kyle | August 15, 2011
Mickey Kaus dissects how the New York Times works (of course they launder their lefty views through “critics say,” “analysts say,” “a report says,” or “liberal academics say,” then promote such opinion pieces on page one, often with an additional suggestion that differing viewpoints are unpopular or even marginal) and how it is becoming more like MSNBC every day. Below his post, take note of the commenters who claim they are being censored when they try to append conservative remarks to Times stories. I’ve noticed how all Times commenters seem to be sitting in the same Au Bon Pain in Cambridge. It’s almost as if…how would the headline read? “Paper of Record on Defense in Silencing Dissenting Voices.”
The Wall Street Journal has lots of liberal employees too but it does not resort to such cheap chicanery, which is why I read it every day.