How the New York Times Hides the Truth About Wall Street's Catastrophic Misdeeds

The paper of record is in serious need of a fact checker when it comes to whether the Glass-Steagall Act could have prevented the financial crisis.

The paper of record is in serious need of a fact checker when it comes to whether the Glass-Steagall Act could have prevented the financial crisis. Promoting ignorance could help sink the financial system -- again. Full Story »

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by Sirajul Islam - Jul. 2, 2012

A co-exclusive detailed report by Pam Martens.that also appeared on Wall Street on Parade. It's about an editorial of NYT on April 8, 1998, when the respected newspaper ran an editorial pushing for the repeal of the Glass-Steagall Act which could have prevented the financial crisis. The report is based on fact, and quoted many sources and references. It's a good piece in journalism.

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by Dwight Rousu - Jul. 2, 2012

So now the NY Times is part of the corporate lie machine?...

Having greased the skids for the financial debacle, the New York Times, instead of doing an intense examination of how it got it so wrong, is now permitting the ... More »

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