Millionaire and public intellectual Paul Krugman takes homes a $225,000 salary (to do no actual work) from the publicly funded City University of New York. And that’s only a fraction of his total earnings, which include a six-figure salary from the New York Times, where he writes columns that regurgitate Democratic Party talking points in an authoritative voice.
Krugman’s latest is an attack on Gov. Rick Perry (R., Texas), who just took an exceedingly handsome mug shot and may run for president in 2016. Perry is also the governor of the state that leads the nation in job growth, a fact that doesn’t sit well with partisan hacks like Krugman:
The family of a Righteous-Gentile-turned-Israel-critic who was recently featured in a laudatory New York Times article failed to mention that a Hamas operative was being hosted in the family’s home at the time of an Israeli military strike, according to publicly available information not mentioned by the Times.
Another aging feminist has attacked the Washington Free Beacon in a column published in a major publication, the Free Beacon has learned.
On Tuesday, New York Times columnist and amateur pothead Maureen Dowd lashed out at the anti-Clinton website for its “nasty cracks” about Hillary Clinton’s advanced age. (Context: Dowd, 62, is four years younger than Clinton.)
MEXICO CITY/NEW YORK (Reuters) – Mexican telecoms billionaire Carlos Slim says he could exercise stock warrants in The New York Times Co which expire early next year, a move that would more than double his stake in the media company.
The New York Times has issued a correction to its claim that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu took days to condemn the murder of Arab teenager Mohammed Abu Khdeir, when he actually responded immediately to what he called “the abominable murder.”
The New York Times has no plans to investigate the work of its former reporter Chris Hedges amid allegations that he plagiarized multiple stories for other publications over the past decade.
The New York Times described nuclear negotiations with Iran as “sputtering” in their recent story on an upcoming meeting between U.S. and Iranian officials in Geneva.