Friday, December 29, 2006

More Stupidity from the New York Times

Every now and then, I love to take a shot at the "Old Grey Lady," otherwise known as the New York Times. This bastion of American journalism loves to fancy itself as the "newspaper of record" and the all-wise arbiter of what should be acceptable for our society. Well, here's one for you to ponder and even sneer at. A great example of the paper's liberal secu-clergy cutting off the nose to spite society's face.

The link below will take you to a story in World Magazine written by editor Marvin Olasky. It concerns the infamous Angola Prison in Louisiana and how - horror of horrors - Christianity and a Christian warden are making a difference in what was known as the bloodiest prison in the South. Weapon-wielding assaults have plummeted from 321 in 1995 to 97 last year. Christian witness and Christian programs have made the difference. But the omniscient ones at the New York Times are incensed. How dare something make a positive difference in the lives of these inmates!

Funny, but isn't it the liberal media and activists who are always keening about rehabilitation, humane treatment and the horrible state of our criminal justice system?

Anyway, read..and do a slow burn. And think strongly about telling the New York Times where to put it.


World Magazine

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

The New York Times is the only reliable paper I read. And watching Fox News is like taking a bubblebath with Bush and his criminal administration of thugs.
They hide behind Christianity and attack innocent countries that had nothing to do with 9/11.
They show Saddam with a rope around his neck. And here it was ALWAYS KNOWN THAT BIN LADEN was the nemesis behind 9/11.
Christianity has lost it's credibility with Bush as the selected leader.

Anonymous said...

By Jonathan Weisman
Washington Post Staff Writer
Wednesday, January 3, 2007; Page A03

Democratic leaders set to take control of Congress tomorrow are facing mounting pressure from activists to chart a more confrontational course on Iraq and the issues of human rights and civil liberties, with some even calling for the impeachment of President Bush.

SolaMeanie said...

I generally don't allow anonymous comments, but I'll let yours stand for now because it is illustrative of the moonbat left. Christianity has not lost its credibility because of Bush or any other president. And if you think the New York Times is not a biased newspaper, you're smoking hash.

Now, go back to the sandbox and let the adults discuss the issues of the day.