In addition to an almost comical left-wing bias, the Globe has in recent years adopted an "All-Gay-All-The-Time" motif in its reportage
. Hardly a day goes by without a "Gay"-focused story on the front page, or at least in the daily focus section. The Sunday magazine, most recently, contained what can only be described as a loving profile of Barney Frank, and the Style section routinely profiles openly gay personalities. All of this reflects the choices of the Globe's editorial board, a majority of whom are - you guessed it.
Fortunately, the Sports section remains largely untouched by bias, and it is the only reason left that I read the paper at all (that and Jeff Jacoby on Thursdays - he's the Globe's "house conservative". The rest of the op-eds range from the merely inane (Tom Oliphant) to the "Stuck-on-Stupid" (Derrick Z. Jackson) to the sickeningly anti-American (James Carroll). When you're too loonie left for Massachusetts, you've got a problem.
To: andy58-in-nh; sittnick; ninenot; onyx; Salvation; wideawake; american colleen; saradippity
The despicable James Carroll is also a dishonest (see his Constantine's Sword) militantly anti-Catholic secular ex-priest who still has not grown up and is still in rebellion against his quite respectable (military intelligence) father who is now long dead. It is all in Carroll's autobiography.
posted on 10/20/2005 9:20:10 AM PDT
(Dean of Discipline of the Tomas de Torquemada Gentlemen's Club)
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