New York Times Anonymous: The 12 Steps

As always, a delight!

Posted by Alexandra Greeley at April 9, 2006 4:48 PM

contra, not as good as usual - but the usual is darn good, as others are recently caterwalling. I visit four times a day and enjoy it very much.

Posted by Doug_s at April 9, 2006 6:22 PM

Look at this typical leftwing, Bush-bashing garbage from the MSM:,1,7523153.story?coll=la-headlines-world

Posted by Phil Sandesto at April 10, 2006 5:46 AM

I am proud to say that I have reached the point where no longer recognizes me when I make the ocaissional stop there to read a specific article. One less addiction to contend with.

Posted by Jim Katz at April 10, 2006 6:34 AM

OK - but all kidding aside:

I am an American living overseas. My choices for news are:

NY Times via internet
International Herald Tribune, also via internet

Ha'aretz (yes I am in Israel) - this is Israel's only daily newspaper of record, suffers from the same narrow, politicized worldview as the Grey Lady, and most of its international reporting has NYT or IHT bylines.


The FoxNews website is full of trashy filler, and cannot be easily scanned for a morning update.

I basically read the NYT skeptically, then scroll through a few sites like Pajamas Media and MEMEorandum.

But I do have a life, and a job.

So despite the conservative presence in the blogosphere, there is no one place a person like me can go to for a balanced, objective news roundup.

Posted by Ben-David at April 11, 2006 2:58 AM

I for one gave up the NY Times long ago for a much more informative, educational, exciting and intellectually honest news provider--"People"

Posted by Murphy Klasing at December 11, 2007 1:07 PM