The New York Times versus Believing Christians?

 

The great and spacious New York Times Building

 

http://www.nationalreview.com/corner/367571/new-york-times-outdoes-itself-andrew-t-walker

 

“And it’s not surprising then they get bitter, they cling to guns or religion or antipathy toward people who aren’t like them or anti-immigrant sentiment or anti-trade sentiment as a way to explain their frustrations.”  (Barack Obama)

 

 

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  • peredehuit

    The quote: “I don’t personally have a problem with religious faith, even in the extreme, as long as it doesn’t supersede science and it’s not used to impose outdated mores on others.” Reminds me of a great quote by Maj. Frank Burns on MASH:”Well, individuality is fine–as long as we all do it together.”

  • mike

    This seems to confirm the recent panel discussion between journalists from the Times, NBC, and CNN.

    Said Mark Leibovich of the Times: “I live in northwest Washington, none of my neighbors are evangelical Christians, I don’t know a lot of people in my kid’s preschool who are pro-life . . . When you have conversations, at all the newspapers I’ve worked at, about politics — it doesn’t happen often — but you see clues that there is absolutely a left-wing bias.”

    Jake Tapper then added, “A certain type of person becomes a reporter, and generally speaking — generally speaking, I’m not saying every reporter in the world — the kind of person who is a reporter in Washington, D.C., or New York City has never worked a minimum-wage job outside of high school, has never experienced poverty, is not an evangelical Christian, like much of the country is . . .There are a lot of experiences that the kinds of people who are reporters, editors, producers in Washington and New York City have not had.”

    http://www.politico.com/blogs/media/2013/12/journalist-consensus-media-leans-left-179852.html


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