The New York Times editorial board urged Congress to give the Donald Trump administration requested emergency funds, writing that the president was right about a crisis on the border.
Those who lament the resurgence of anti-Semitism in the Western world cannot overlook the role of the New York Times, which is normalizing civilization’s oldest virus under the guise of defending social justice for the Palestinians against Israel.
The New York Times announced Saturday it was deleting an anti-Semitic cartoon from its international edition featuring Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as a guide dog leading a blind Donald Trump.
I was intrigued today by the mystery of a small Jesus statue that features prominently in a New York Times story on Father Jean-Marc Fournier, the Paris Fire Department chaplain who risked his life to save many of Notre Dame cathedral’s prized relics. “I had two priorities: to save the crown of thorns and a statue …
The official Twitter account for the New York Times crossword was not amused that a random Twitter user joked that completing the puzzle was a license for murder.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) acknowledged he was a millionaire Tuesday and credited it to his large book sales, telling the world, “If you write a best-selling book, you can be a millionaire, too.”
Nathan Thrall’s latest essay in the New York Times Magazine depicts Zionism as inherently racist and campaigns to destroy Israel as legitimate efforts to fight racism.
The New York Times revealed in an A10 story of Sunday’s edition that Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is in fact an evangelical Christian.
The author of this Sunday’s New York Times magazine cover story about the campaign to boycott, divest, and sanction the state of Israel works for an organization whose major donor, Qatar, is also the largest state funder of the terrorist group Hamas. Other significant donors to the author’s organization, the International Crisis Group, are leading supporters of the anti-Semitic boycott movement the author describes in his piece.
The New York Times referred to the “ostensibly pro-Israel right” as the “home” for white nationalists in a Thursday profile on the political divide over Israel and anti-Semitism in the United States.