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Robin Pogrebin and Kate Kelly of the New York Times wrote about their own book in the Times Sunday Review, The Education of Brett Kavanaugh: An Investigation. They write of the book's central narrative, Deborah Ramirez's claim regarding Kavanaugh and her at a dorm party at Yale in 1983. They layer on top a new claim where the supposed target of Kavanaugh's depredation refuses to speak to the Times and her friends deny she remembers any such incident happening. How are these reporters and their editor still employed by the NY Times for publishing this nonsense?
Apologist Justin Derby responds to the New York Time's now-deleted Tweet where they claimed that it was airplanes that carried out the 9/11 attack back in 2001, and not the Jihadis who hijacked the planes.
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they congratulate French magazine 'Charlie Hebdo' for publishing cartoons mocking Muslims and yet apologize for showing a cartoon showing Zionist influence in US policies . that must be considered a double standard at least , the star of David is the emblem of the state of Israel and its use cannot be automatically described as anti semitic even allowing for context , would it not be fair to suggest that Bulgarian influence in US politics is much less than Israeli despite having similar populations , would noting that fact be evidence of anti semitism
New York Times hit piece labels Philip DeFranco and other YouTubers 'Far-Right Extremists'. These include names like Ben Shapiro, Jordan Peterson, Carl Benjamin, and of all people, Philip Defranco. However, we know this is really the Mainstream Media trying to eliminate Alternative Media and its competition.
NeoUnrealist: It's Okay to Criticize George Soros - Failing NY Times Wrong Again
The failing New York Times wrote an article purporting to illustrate how "vilification" of George Soros moved from the so-called fringes to the mainstream. A thorough examination of how wrong the NY Times article is. Examples of clearly mainstream sources across the political spectrum and the world "vilifying" George Soros going back for 3 decades.
Rosenstein denies report he suggested recording Trump
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein says a New York Times report that he suggested wearing a wire to secretly record President Trump is 'inaccurate and factually incorrect'; Kevin Corke reports from Las Vegas.
The story, entitled "New World Order Pledged to the Jews," was published in the New York Times on October 6, 1940 on page 10. It states explicitly that the pot-Hitler World, a "Just World," a world safe for Jewry may well be the only way to ensure freedom, peace and prosperity for eveyone. It is interesting that 13 months into the WWII, the most important outcome of it as expressed by the NYT is the fate of Jewry. No Holocaust was claimed to have going on at that point. The Americans were not fighting in the war at that point and the Axis Powers had only formalized their war pact. There was no real indication the Allies would win the war. The whole thing is very similar to the events surrounding the Balfour Declaration.
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