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==Overview==
 
==Overview==
 
[[category:periodicals]][[category:US]]''The [[New York Times]]'' (NYT) is a prominent national newspaper in the {{USA}}.{{seedling}}
 
[[category:periodicals]][[category:US]]''The [[New York Times]]'' (NYT) is a prominent national newspaper in the {{USA}}.{{seedling}}

Latest revision as of 13:46, 16 November 2008

Overview

The New York Times (NYT) is a prominent national newspaper in the United States.

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Conservatives

Many US conservatives, especially those tending to the extreme (e.g. DiPippo and Horowitz), seem to have a grudge against the NYT, possibly because of its "traitorous" 2006 publication of photos and addresses of the vacation homes of Dick Cheney and Donald Rumsfeld; Rocco DiPippo retaliated by publishing similar information about the NYT's editor Arthur Sulzburger [1] and photographer Linda Spillers, who (with Rumsfeld's permission) took the photo of Rumsfeld's vacation home. The argument is apparently: (1) we are at war (the War on Terror); (2) providing such information in public is therefore providing aid and comfort to the enemy, (3) which is treason, (4) which is a crime punishable by death. See Conservative pundits reveal murderous plot by the Travel Section of the NYT!. (wasn't the article in question sort of a better-homes-and-gardens piece? in which case it sounds like they were more looking for an excuse to attack the NYT than they were genuinely outraged. --Woozle 08:50, 27 March 2008 (EDT))

Subpages

  • /articles: relevant articles published by the NYT

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