Articles by Jim Naureckas
First They Came for the Immigrants - And NYT Said People Should Anonymously Inform on Them
Jim Naureckas · As Donald Trump issued an executive order intended to single out Muslims for immigration restrictions, many Americans searched their consciences for the right way to respond to this act of discrimination by their government. “First they...
Obama Plays a Dove in NPR's Historical Fiction
Jim Naureckas · The second thing NPR wants you to know about Hillary Clinton and foreign policy—after “she’s experienced”—is “she’s more hawkish than President Obama.” White House correspondent Scott Horsley (All Things Considered, 5/17/16) says:
Coverage of Russian Plane Bombing Shows What a Difference an Enemy Makes
Jim Naureckas · FAIR has noted the contrast between US media coverage of Paris and Beirut after the militant ISIS movement claimed responsibility for terror attacks in both cities (11/13/15, 11/16/15,
The Strange Thing About Cluster Bombs
Jim Naureckas · The New York Times has an article today (
Which Syrian Chemical Attack Account Is More Credible?
Jim Naureckas · Let's compare a couple of accounts of the mass deaths apparently caused by chemical weapons in the Damascus suburb of Ghouta on August 21. One account comes from the U.S. government (