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John Corry is a former New York Times media critic and reporter.
by | Mar 9, 2004

John Kerry and I have a past. He once said an article I had written was “filled with lies, distortions and fabrications,” and that in publishing it The American Spectator had “done a disservice to the nation.” The article, “The…

by | Dec 24, 2003
by | Sep 23, 2003

There is only the slimmest chance that Wesley Clark will win the Democratic presidential nomination, and there is no chance at all, I suspect, that even if he should win the nomination he could be elected president. For one thing,…

by | Jul 28, 2003

The killing goes on in Liberia, but help is on the way. The White House announced on Friday that two ships from a naval amphibious force should be off the coast of that beleaguered country in about a week. A…

by | Jul 21, 2003

If only they had known, Congressional Democrats now say, they would not have supported the invasion of Iraq the way they did, and they would have asked some really tough questions. But how were they to know? Apparently the White…

by | Jul 14, 2003

I have never met Charles Taylor, the president of Liberia, but I once spent several days at a conference with the man who was then his Army chief of staff. His name was Prince Johnson, and I am not at…

by | Jun 12, 2003

The White House has not yet announced it, but it has set aside time in July for President Bush to visit Senegal, Nigeria and South Africa, and possibly add a stop in East Africa as well. The State Department, however,…

by | Jun 6, 2003

Someone had to pay, and so someone did. Howell Raines, executive editor of the New York Times, and Gerald Boyd, the managing editor, resigned yesterday in what the Times media reporter, Jacques Steinberg, called a “hastily arranged ceremony” at the…

by | Apr 16, 2003

At a news conference last week, Donald Rumsfeld lost his composure. The press, he said, declined to recognize the good news; it was reporting mostly the bad news, and practicing “Henny-Penny-the-sky-is-falling” journalism. Iraq had been liberated, and its people freed,…

by | Apr 4, 2003

Say this about Richard Perle: He is not hobbled by inconsistencies, and he keeps his eye on the big picture. Perle, who stepped down recently as chairman of the Defense Policy Board after allegations he had a conflict of interest,…

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