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  • Teachers ‘beat and abuse’ muslim children in British koran classes

    12/10/2008 11:11:01 AM PST · by Sammy67 · 9 replies · 825+ views
    InfidelsAreCool ^ | 12/10/08 | Kal
    More evil and violence from the ‘religion’ of ‘piece’. No wonder muslim kids grow up so full of hate and venom, the very people charged with protecting them are beating them down in the name of allah. Gee what a shocker there… Muslim children are being beaten and abused regularly by teachers at some British madrassas - Islamic evening classes - an investigation by The Times has found. Students have been slapped, punched and had their ears twisted, according to an unpublished report by an imam based on interviews with victims in the north of England. One was “picked up...
  • The Devil and the Gray Lady

    07/03/2006 8:39:34 AM PDT · by Mia T · 33 replies · 1,990+ views
    National Review Online ^ | June 10, 2003 | Mark Goldblatt
    June 10, 2003, 9:30 a.m.The Devil & the Gray LadyAll about vogue. By Mark Goldblatt SEE NOTE    Truman Capote, who had a stake in saying so, once famously declared, "All literature is gossip." He was wrong, of course, but it's the kind of declaration that bamboozles literary types by its very implausibility; something so obviously false must be profound, so it gets repeated at cocktail parties and invoked in book reviews (like this one) until it becomes an inside-out cliché, a false truism, a knowing nod towards nothing whatsoever. Still, an interesting question emerges if you reverse Capote's...
  • (Vanity) Political Limerick 03-01-2006

    03/01/2006 6:03:11 PM PST · by grey_whiskers · 190+ views
    grey_whiskers ^ | 03-01-2006 | grey_whiskers
    See for example this thread first. The Times let itself in for flame When it published that aspartame was involved in a suit but their point, it is moot: There's neither case, lawyers, plaintiff, nor blame!
  • HILLARY'S ARMOR: A decades-old story...

    01/11/2006 6:52:08 AM PST · by Mia T · 56 replies · 2,867+ views
    GOP USA via Free Republic ^ | 1.11.06 | Mia T
    HILLARY'S ARMOR: A decades-old story... by Mia T, 01.11.06   Last week, a group called Soldiers for the Truth leaked results of an unpublished Pentagon study that reportedly found that as many as 80 percent of a random sample of Marines killed in Iraq from wounds to the upper body could have survived if they had had extra body armor. On Friday, the New York Times seized on the study. Faster than you can say "quagmire," Hillary landed on ABC's "Good Morning America" to lambaste the Bush administration as "incompetent" and its failure to provide more armor "unforgivable." "We...
  • WAR AND TREASON AND THE NEW YORK TIMES (Please see post #65)

    12/30/2005 11:51:34 PM PST · by Mia T · 111 replies · 7,251+ views
    C-SPAN, The New York Times ^ | 12.31.05 | Mia T
      WAR AND TREASON AND THE NEW YORK TIMES by Mia T, December 29, 2005       inch Sulzberger rushed to the C-SPAN confessional booth mere days after 9/11. He had to make certain no one would blame The New York Times for that. The Times' '96 endorsement of bill clinton1 was the problem. The endorsement, you may recall, was contingent on clinton getting a brain transplant--specifically of the character lobe.2 How could The Times square that shameful, irresponsible endorsement with this monstrous failure3? Sulzberger quickly explained that The Times was able to endorse clinton by separating clinton's "policies"...
  • Kofi Annan takes on The Times

    12/29/2005 6:15:30 PM PST · by george76 · 27 replies · 1,466+ views
    The Times ^ | December 23, 2005 | By our foreign staff
    THE UN Secretary-General has used his end-of-year press conference to lash out at the media in general, and The Times in particular, for their coverage of the Oil-for-Food scandal and his role in it. Kofi Annan singled out James Bone, New York correspondent of The Times, after he questioned Mr Annan about a Mercedes jeep that his son, Kojo, imported into Ghana using his father’s diplomatic immunity to avoid taxes. Kojo Annan worked for a Swiss firm, Cotecna, that won a lucrative UN contract to monitor those imports. Mr Annan told reporters that they had focused unduly on himself and...
  • New York Times Lowers Guidance

    12/02/2004 7:47:20 AM PST · by Pharmboy · 28 replies · 1,079+ views
    AP ^ | Dec 2, 2004 | Anon
    NEW YORK (AP) - The New York Times Co. told investors Thursday that its fourth quarter and full-year earnings would come in below Wall Street estimates on weaker-than-expected advertising in the fourth quarter and higher costs for promotion, printing, distribution and newsprint. The company also said it would begin expensing the cost of stock options and its employee stock purchase plan. It also said that it would no longer provide estimates for full-year earnings, focusing instead on quarterly estimates, due to the greater uncertainty in the current environment for media companies. The company, which also publishes The Boston Globe and...
  • Readers Angry at The Times for Schwarzenegger Stories

    10/05/2003 10:54:03 AM PDT · by Nachum · 85 replies · 1,284+ views
    Los Angeles Times ^ | October 5, 2003 | Steve Hymon, Cara Mia DiMassa and Mitchell Landsberg, Times Staff Writers
    Kathy McIver is a Democrat from La Habra and a longtime subscriber to The Times. Today's paper, she says, will be the last that will be delivered to her door. Like many readers, McIver is angry. She is angry about The Times' coverage of the California recall campaign, and especially angry about the stories that the newspaper has run in recent days detailing allegations that Arnold Schwarzenegger touched women inappropriately.
  • The Times Reaps What It Sowed 2

    05/11/2003 3:57:10 PM PDT · by Mia T · 32 replies · 4,344+ views
    The New York Times ^ | 5.11.03 | Mia T
    The Times Reaps What It Sowed 2 by Mia T, May 11, 2003   "It's a huge black eye," said Arthur Sulzberger Jr., chairman of The New York Times Company and publisher of the newspaper, whose family has owned a controlling interest in The Times for 107 years. "It's an abrogation of the trust between the newspaper and its readers." … The Deception Reporting Process Riddled With Lies… There was no inkling, Mr. Raines said, that the newspaper was dealing with "a pathological pattern of misrepresentation, fabricating and deceiving." … But Mr. Sulzberger emphasized that as The New York Times...
  • The body jumped, fell still and the American battle for Baghdad moved on (3rd rate Fisk)

    04/07/2003 8:29:43 PM PDT · by Timesink · 13 replies · 169+ views
    The Times ^ | April 8, 2003 | Stephen Farrell
    April 08, 2003Crack, crack. The body jumped, fell still and the American battle for Baghdad moved on From Stephen Farrell in BaghdadHANDS above their heads, two Iraqis slowly mount the steps and lie face down on the road between the palace walls and reedbanks of the Tigris river. Just 20 yards from the American Bradley armoured vehicles, one makes a fatal mistake. He appears to roll over. Crack. Crack, crack. The body jumps, then falls still. The US platoon continues its work, and the battle for Baghdad moves on along a river that has swollen with blood throughout history and...
  • Either THEY are obsolete... or civilization is

    03/27/2003 3:39:25 AM PST · by Mia T · 15 replies · 1,160+ views
    worldnetdaily.com ^ | 3.27.03 | Mia T
    The New York Times… (like the clintons, the Democrats, the French, Hans Blix…)The last desperate flourish of an irrelevant conceit(Pelosi variation: non-putdown putdown of the war)Either they are obsolete…`~~or civilization isQ ERTY8DECAPITATIONBUMP CNN's favorite general, Wesley Clark, has also been heard to opine that our troops are getting bogged down in Iraq. His competence to judge American generals is questionable since his command was limited to working for NATO. We prefer to hear from American generals. Clark's contribution to international relations consisted of mistakenly bombing the Chinese embassy in Belgrade. In his zeal to prevent troop casualties, he ordered pilots...
  • British Morning Papers - The Front Pages, 25 March 2003

    03/24/2003 5:32:35 PM PST · by Dont Mention the War · 23 replies · 451+ views
    Sky News ^ | March 25, 2003
    The Daily Star talks of our "brave heroes" - the SAS. The paper claims that members of the elite group of troops are already on the streets of Baghdad. Oh and there is a picture of a girl in a bikini.The Sun shows a British tank poised to attck Baghdad with the Allied army set to do battle with Saddam Hussein's elite Republican Guard. It uses the headline: "Saddam's Last Stand."The Daily Express is also looking at the main push towards Baghdad. It uses a picture of allied troops ready to go over the top.US and British warplanes, guided by...
  • British Morning Papers - The Front Pages, 24 March 2003: AT MERCY OF SAVAGES

    03/23/2003 7:11:19 PM PST · by Dont Mention the War · 10 replies · 536+ views
    Sky News ^ | March 24, 2003
    The Daily Star claims Iraq executed a number of American prisoners of war in "cold blood". It also advertises its "Oscars Special" with a picture of Carmen Elektra."God Help Them" is the headline on the front of the Daily Express. It refers to the American prisoners of war that Iraq paraded on TV. It also claims a number of prisoners who were killed were shot in the head.The Sun also looks at the plight of the US prisoners of war being held in Iraq. It says they are being "Held At The Mercy Of Savages".The Daily Mirror continues with its...
  • British Morning Papers - The Front Pages, 22 March 2003

    03/21/2003 6:07:44 PM PST · by Dont Mention the War · 17 replies · 608+ views
    Sky News ^ | March 22, 2003
    Dramatic pictures have been coming out of Iraq since the bombing campaign began. The Sun carries perhaps the most dramatic yet - capturing the moment the "shock and awe" campaign began.The anti-war Mirror puts it another way. It describes last night's attack, which was beamed across the world as it happened, as "America's night of shame".The cruise missile blitz is captured in the two detailed pictures by the Daily Mail, which shows smoke pouring out of one large building.The Daily Express opts to carry a picture of Iraqi troops surrendering in southern Iraq, although the paper's picture desk has ignored...
  • British Morning Papers - The Front Pages, 21 March 2003

    03/20/2003 7:38:13 PM PST · by Dont Mention the War · 28 replies · 786+ views
    Sky News ^ | March 21, 2003
    The Sun reports on what it calls the "Battle For Basra". It says 10,000 British troops stormed into action to seize the key city in southern Iraq.The Mirror carries a full-page picture of smoke rising from a missile strike in Baghdad with the headline "Mass Destruction".The Star also leads with a picture of a burning Baghdad and says allies have blitzed Saddam's palaces and troops have warned: "You ain't seen nothing yet".The Express says 10,000 British troops have spearheaded a full-blown invasion of Iraq and says they have come under fire from "the missiles Saddam the liar said he never...
  • British Morning Papers - The Front Pages, 20 March 2003

    03/19/2003 6:08:18 PM PST · by Dont Mention the War · 20 replies · 3,822+ views
    Sky News ^ | March 20, 2003
    The Sun leads with the words of an army commander who told British troops to "Show Them No Pity... They Have Stains On Their Souls".The Mirror carries a nightime picture of a RAF Harrier over Iraqi oilfields.The Star claims that British SAS troops have already exchanged fire with Iraqi troops in what were the first shots of the "war against evil tyrant Sadddam Hussein".The Mail quotes from speech from a British commander to his troops - it says the impassioned speech brought tough infantrymen to tears and prepared them for the horror and the tragedy of war.The Express reports that...
  • British Morning Papers - The Front Pages (BLAIR FORCE WON!)

    03/18/2003 8:41:01 PM PST · by Dont Mention the War · 33 replies · 504+ views
    Sky News ^ | March 19, 2003
    The Sun is in no doubt that Tony Blair's passionate Commons performance carried the day against the "war wobblers". It says the Prime Minister delivered the speech of his life in a "brilliant, blistering offensive".The Mirror focuses on Cabinet minister Clare Short and claims she is now a political pariah after ditching her pledge to quit over war with Iraq.Under the headline "We're Gonna Get You Saddam", the Star says the most powerful invasion force in history is preparing to rid the world of Saddam Hussein.The Mail hails Tony Blair's "thunderous call to arms" and says his most powerful commons...