Compare And Contrast

With a nod to Jonah Goldberg:

Things that did not rate a front page editorial in the NYTimes in the past 100 years Things that rated a front-page editorial in the NYTimes in the past 100 years
  • the Peace of Versailles,
  • Buck v. Bell,
  • the Great Depression,
  • Pearl Harbor,
  • the Hitler-Stalin Pact,
  • Roosevelt’s packing of the SCOTUS
  • the Ukrainian famine,
  • the internment of Japanese-Americans,
  • the Tuskegee experiments,
  • the Holocaust,
  • The atomic bomb
  • the Rape of Nanking
  • the Marshall Plan,
  • Jim Crow,
  • the Cuban Missile Crisis,
  • the Kennedy Assassination,
  • the 1964 Civil Rights Act,
  • Kent State,
  • the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution,
  • the Tet Offensive
  • Watergate,
  • withdrawal from Vietnam,
  • the Killing Fields,
  • the Iran hostage crisis, and the collapse of the US military leading up to Desert One
  • Multiple nuclear close calls in the ’70s and ’80s
  • the Cultural Revolution and Great Leap Forward
  • The cyclone and famine in Bangladesh
  • The civil war and famine in Biafra
  • the LA riots
  • the collapse of Apartheid
  • the Sadat and Begin reaching the Dayton Accord
  • the descent of NYC into a criminal cesspool in the ’60s and ’70s
  • the Contras,
  • Reagan leaves Helsinki
  • AIDS
  • The fall of the Berlin Wall
  • The collapse of Communism
  • gay marriage
  • the Iran nuclear deal
  • The ongoing collapse of heathcare in America
  • The dropping of violent crime by half, and in some categories by 2/3, in 25 years – which under any other circumstances would have been hailed as a criminological miracle
  • 9/11
  • The Global War on Terror

Read more at: http://www.nationalreview.com/article/428401/new-york-times-gun-editorial-hysterical

  • “The Epidemic of Guns”, after gun crime has fallen to generational lows.
  • Warren Harding something something something.

3 thoughts on “Compare And Contrast

  1. Remember Abu Ghraib prison? When George Bush was President, the NYT ran stories about it on their front page for 32 consecutive days. Even when there was no news, they ran something. Part of their way to hammer President Bush.

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