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John Corry is a former New York Times media critic and reporter.
by | Mar 5, 2003

Let us try first to clear the air, and list some areas where we agree: For example, Saddam Hussein is evil, but much of the peace movement is fueled more by anti-Americanism than anything else, and is willing to excuse…

by | Jan 15, 2003

Hell hath no fury like a liberal scorned, and that may be why the New York Times has turned so nasty. All year the editorial page did its best, but hardly anyone paid attention, and for the publisher and his…

by | Jan 8, 2003

It was an exercise in wishful thinking, and the headline summed it up quite neatly: “U.S. Is Completing Plan to Promote a Democratic Iraq.” In other words, the White House wants to install a democracy in a place that has…

by | Jan 2, 2003

I looked out my window the other day and saw a man urinating in the street. He had the decency to stand between two parked cars and partly obscure the view of passers-by, but the sight was still unnerving. It…

by | Dec 18, 2002

As apologies go — his fifth, actually — this one wasn’t half-bad. It is unlikely he changed anyone’s mind, but he probably didn’t expect to, and at least he kept his dignity. In an interview on the Black Entertainment Network…

by | Dec 12, 2002

The talking heads on television have run out of gas. There’s not much they can say they haven’t said already. Enthusiasm for the war may vary, but everyone agrees war is inevitable, and that the only question now is when…

by | Dec 4, 2002

There it was, at the top of page one, the picture that was used to illustrate the lead story in last Sunday’s New York Times. “Soldiers from the Army’s V Corps in Germany yesterday before taking off for joint exercises…

by | Nov 27, 2002

It is no longer a question of whether, but when. The consensus in what are usually referred to as well-informed circles, in Washington and abroad, is that the U.S. will invade Iraq; it is only a matter of time. Indeed…

by | Nov 20, 2002

It was a quintessential New York story, with something in it for everyone: corporate greed, stock-price fixing, and government investigations, along with life on the Upper East Side, and the dumb things the rich do to get their kids into…

by | Nov 13, 2002

So I am now a protected species, the New York lady was saying. She was at the corner of Broome and Orchard Streets on New York’s Lower East Side, wryly contemplating the Tenement Museum. Admission is $9, and you make…

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