The New York Times has issued an apology over an offensive cartoon the publication ran in its international edition on April 25, which was later pulled because of its “anti-Semitic tropes”. The cartoon, showing the Israeli prime minister personified as a sausage dog wearing a Star of David on its collar leading President Donald Trump wearing a black suit, black sunglasses and yarmulke on his head, has been slammed for its anti-Semitic undertones, reports Newsweek. The cartoon, depicting a seemingly blind Mr Trump walking Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin “Bibi” Netanyahu portrayed as a dog has been denounced by emphatic critics on social media, some going so far as to call out David Dukes credibility as the publication’s editor.The New York Times Opinion section apologised on Saturday for the cartoon, which appeared next to a column by American author and journalist Thomas Friedman about immigration, issuing the following statement:“A political cartoon … [Read more...] about The New York Times slammed over anti-Semitic cartoon
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Manuel Balce Ceneta, Associated Press The U.S. Capitol dome is shown, Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2019, after President Donald Trump delivered the State of the Union address before the joint session of Congress. Related Links In our opinion: The state of the union is strong when America does the hard work in the middle Boyd Matheson: This is my State of the Union address SALT LAKE CITY — President Donald Trump delivered the State of the Union address Tuesday night, and there were multiple opinions on Trump’s words, and the speech itself, in the immediate aftermath. Trump focused on a number of topics in his speech, drifting from discussions on illegal immigration, the U.S. military, and plans to combat HIV and AIDS. He also made pointed remarks about abortion and how the U.S. will never be a socialist country. Trump also made a case for unity in his speech. A number of columnists, opinion writers and editorial boards wrote about Trump’s speech. … [Read more...] about 11 opinions on President Trump’s State of the Union from The New York Times, Washington Post, CNN and Fox News
POLITICS 09/06/2018 02:18 pm ET The White House press secretary directed all questions about that piece to the newspaper's opinion desk. By David Moye Sarah Huckabee Sanders has a tiny request: Please stop asking her about that pesky little New York Times op-ed written by an anonymous White House official. The White House press secretary’s job is to answer questions from the press and, yes, spin them in ways that make her boss, President Donald Trump, happy. It’s not an easy job, considering Trump’s impulsive personality and unpredictable behavior, and this particular news story seems to have really put her on edge. On Thursday, Sanders tweeted a message addressed to all the people “asking for the identity of the anonymous coward” (basically, everyone). Yes, the tone was prickly enough to make a cactus jealous ― and yes, it basically urged people to harass the New York Times opinion desk. For those of you … [Read more...] about Sarah Huckabee Sanders: Stop Bugging Me About The New York Times’ Trump Op-Ed
Reading The New York Times editorial page is no easy task. Most times, one cannot be completely sure whether bad journalism or ideological blindness is to blame for the paper's ability to get things wrong when it comes to Turkey. In the twisted world of The New York Times Editorial Board, the designated terrorist organization PKK's founder Abdullah Öcalan, who is currently serving a life sentence in Turkey for his involvement in deadly attacks against Turkish security forces and civilians alike, is "a leader jailed as a terrorist." Turkey's efforts to stop terror attacks and arrest would-be suicide bombers before they reach Europe, including the declaration of a state of emergency in July 2016, were part of a crackdown on dissent. Fetullah Gülen, who has been micromanaging a criminal empire from rural Pennsylvania, is a saint. At this point, however, the Turkish people understand that their country's efforts to protect its national interests are bound to be criticized by The … [Read more...] about The New York Times: bad journalism or ideological blindness?
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