Boston Globe Shamelessly Tries to Claim Tsarnaev Terrorists Were Mentally Ill

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“The brothers were heirs to a pattern of violence and dysfunction running back several generations”

NYTimes Dumps Boston Globe for 7% of its $1.1 Bil Price

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How long until the New York Times is on the block?

New York Times Offering the Boston Globe at 90% Off

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One of the ironic things about the New York Times trying to report on the economy is that the company has made a series of really bad financial decisions

Boston Globe Instigates Robert Spencer Speech Cancelation

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Catholic Diocese capitulates to Islamic supremacists and leftist media.

Gloria Allred Is Denied Her ‘October Surprise’

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Left-wing attorney’s smear attempt against Mitt Romney is stopped in its tracks.

Warren’s Story Falls Apart

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Claim of Cherokee ancestry is debunked.

See No Anti-Semitism, Hear No Anti-Semitism

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A Jewish columnist takes the Anti-Defamation League to task for its deafening silence on the new global Jew-hate.

The Bloody Cost of “Diversity”

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How the Left’s hands are soaked in the blood of Nidal Hasan’s innocent victims.

Republican trounces Coakley for Senate, imperils Obama health plan – The Boston Globe

Republican Scott P. Brown pulled off one of the biggest upsets in Massachusetts political history last night, defeating Democrat Martha Coakley to become the state’s next US senator and potentially derailing President Obama’s hopes for a health care overhaul. via Republican trounces Coakley for Senate, imperils Obama health plan – The Boston Globe.

Jeff Jacoby: Reclaiming the People’s Seat – The Boston Globe

IT REALLY is the people’s seat, and yesterday the people took it back. But in electing Scott Brown instead of Martha Coakley to replace the late Ted Kennedy in the US Senate, Massachusetts voters did more than hand the GOP its most improbable and thrilling come-from-behind victory in a generation. They did more than embrace […]