New York Times...war on women?
POSTED: Thursday, May 15, 2014 - 7:35pm
UPDATED: Wednesday, May 28, 2014 - 1:39pm
Tyler (KETK) — This is another one of those stories I had to read about three times to make sure I had it correct.
Even if you only casually follow the news, you know the New York Times is the house organ for liberalism. I've had friends of mine on the network news level whom will tell you the first thing they do each morning is read the New York Times, and many of their pitches for stories for that day came from it.
The Times is never slow to attack conservatism and some would say leads the way in moving the country forward-- their words, not mine.
A funny thing happened on the way to the forum. Let me digress.
The New York Times is Barak Obama's champion. They didn't seem to get too annoyed when it finally was reported that women who work for the president were paid a lot lower than their male counterparts.
When pressed on the issue, White House spokesman Jay Carney basically said, we're trying to do better and it could be worse. That was the main gist.
Imagine my laughter when late Wednesday afternoon, it was revealed the first-ever woman managing editor, Jill Abramson, at the old gray lady, the beloved moniker for the newspaper, had suddenly been fired.
Sources say she had the nerve to ask her bosses why her male predecessors was making a lot more money than she did. Irritated, they sacked her.
More liberal hypocrisy at it's finest. You cannot make this stuff up.
That's my point of view, what's yours?