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NYT Editorials From Just The Last 10 Days

From the "Newspaper Of Record," the New York Times:

EDITORIAL; Seeking the Truth About Pat Tillman

Representative Henry A. Waxman should continue his quest to get to the bottom of the convoluted and troubling case of Cpl. Pat Tillman’s death.

July 27, 2007 Opinion Editorial

EDITORIAL; Fixing the Scam on Collect Calls

No families should have to choose between putting food on the table or accepting a collect call from a loved one behind bars.

July 27, 2007 Opinion Editorial

EDITORIAL; The Wounds Outlast the War

A public increasingly jaded about the damages from the Iraq war should demand the commander in chief face up to the sufferings of his returning troops.

July 26, 2007 Opinion Editorial

EDITORIAL; Defying the Imperial Presidency

Congress must not capitulate in the White House’s attempt to rob it of its constitutional powers.

July 26, 2007 Opinion Editorial

EDITORIAL; No Exit Strategy

With a veto-proof majority, Congress will have to tell President Bush that prolonging the Iraq war for another two years will not bring victory.

July 25, 2007 Opinion Editorial

EDITORIAL OBSERVER; YouDebate: If Only the Candidates Were as Interesting as the Questioners

By ADAM COHEN

In a modest but real way, the YouTube Democratic presidential debate on Monday night managed to inject real people into arid public policy debates.

July 25, 2007 Opinion Editorial

EDITORIAL; Taxes in the Global Economy

Where is the politician who will take an over-my-dead-body approach to future tax holidays and who will broach the need for new corporate taxes?

July 25, 2007 Opinion Editorial

EDITORIAL; Democracy Affirmed

The impressive re-election victory scored by Turkey’s conservative Muslim ruling party is a tribute to the growing maturity of that country’s politics and an inspiration for the cause of democracy in the broader Muslim world.

July 24, 2007 Opinion Editorial

EDITORIAL OBSERVER; Just What the Founders Feared: An Imperial President Goes to War

By ADAM COHEN

Given how intent President Bush is on expanding his authority, it is startling to recall how the Constitution’s framers viewed presidential power.

July 23, 2007 Opinion Editorial

EDITORIAL; How the Energy Dice Were Loaded

There is a new reminder of how the Bush administration has squandered six years that should have been devoted to finding innovative answers to the big questions of oil dependency and global warming.

July 23, 2007 Opinion Editorial

EDITORIAL; What Would a Diplomat Do?

There is still a perplexing refusal by the Bush administration to do tedious but absolutely essential diplomatic prep work.

July 23, 2007 Opinion Editorial

EDITORIAL; Power Without Limits

The Bush administration, which has been pushing presidential power to new extremes, is reportedly developing an even more dangerous new theory of executive privilege.

July 22, 2007 Opinion Editorial

EDITORIAL; Vetoing Children’s Health

President Bush’s shortsighted ideological opposition to a highly successful children’s health program would leave millions of children without health insurance at a time when medical costs are soaring.

July 22, 2007 Opinion Editorial

EDITORIAL; FEMA Runs for Cover

How many times can the federal government let down the victims of the hurricanes that ravaged the Gulf Coast two years ago?

July 22, 2007 Opinion Editorial

EDITORIAL; The Iraq War Debate: The Great Denier

Americans want President Bush to explain how he will extract the troops and contain the bloodletting and chaos the war has unleashed.

July 21, 2007 Opinion Editorial

EDITORIAL; The Iraq War Debate: A Reality Check on Military Spending

Defending Americans from today’s terrorists and other threats will require larger investments in diplomacy, peacemaking and eliminating dangerous nuclear materials.

July 21, 2007 Opinion Editorial

EDITORIAL; Long-Delayed Security

As new warnings stoke the public’s fear of terrorist attacks, Congress is finally moving on some of the most important recommendations of the independent 9/11 commission.

July 21, 2007 Opinion Editorial

EDITORIAL; The House’s Duty on Energy

Without a fuel-efficiency provision, the House version of a generally constructive energy bill will fall short of what it could do to reduce America’s dependence on foreign oil.

July 20, 2007 Opinion Editorial

EDITORIAL; Fighting AIDS Behind Bars

Public health officials now recognize that condom-distribution programs are integral to any meaningful AIDS prevention program.

July 18, 2007 Opinion Editorial

EDITORIAL OBSERVER; Trying Times Ahead: The Prospect of 60 Million Californians

By VERLYN KLINKENBORG

There’s a chance that a mid-21st-century Californian will look back in horror at the enormous consumption footprint of someone living in the state right now.

July 18, 2007 Opinion Editorial

EDITORIAL; The Politics of Fear

By now, Congress surely can see through the president’s fear-mongering and show him the exit from Iraq that he refuses to find for himself.

July 18, 2007 Opinion Editorial

EDITORIAL; Where to Discuss the Nation’s Ills

For next year’s final presidential debates, New Orleans should emerge hands down as the site for the debate that will be dedicated to the nation’s domestic problems.

July 18, 2007 Opinion Editorial

The New York Times is nothing if not relentless.

Mind you, these are just the bouquets to America from their editorial pages.

Their "news" articles are even more biased – and ruthlessly destructive.

This article was posted by Steve on Friday, July 27th, 2007. Comments are currently closed.

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