One edition of the New York Post this week contains no fewer than three articles berating the New York Times. First Michelle Malkin mocks the Times’s explanation of why it spiked the Obama-ACORN story before the election. Then, in an article reprinted from the UK’s Guardian, Dan Kennedy unloads on Maureen Dowd for being not just a plagiarist but a bad writer. And finally, Steve Cuozzo, the Post’s real-estate editor and restaurant critic, says that no one in New York pays attention to Times restaurant reviews anymore (subhead: “Times’ food reviews = BUPKIS!”). Over the years, the Post and its fellow New York tabloid the Daily News have mixed it up pretty good, but the Times considers itself above the fray, so most likely the broadsheet will ignore the Post’s broadside.
There are two sides to every story, and Tracey Lambrechs is here to tell the other.
The White House is proposing what would amount to a second estate tax. The one we already have is bad enough.
American men have fewer friends than in decades past. We should dedicate time to fostering friendships. They provide an immediate and enduring reward.
As we experience the pandemic’s toll on the world, we can speculate about its implications for the Chinese regime.
Senator Tom Cotton’s report on the service branch gets a lot right about the upper ranks, but the enlisted side remains in dire need of attention.
College Republican chapters all over the country claim they are being disenfranchised by a president seeking to consolidate power.
‘I do not think it was right of the speaker to decide which Republicans should be on the committee,’ the moderate Republican from Maine said.
A top agency official said that the Pfizer-BioNTech shot will be under accelerated review.
Putin doesn’t think so.
Rosa María Payá has personally suffered at the hands of Cuba’s tyrants. Now she fights against their cruelty toward all Cubans.
Having a common songbook unites congregations and strengthens the church.
No rational political mind should have any trouble rejecting an agenda that would sacrifice public safety to advance progressive political objectives.