A Reader Suggests The NY Times Start On Its Own Apology Tour Before Attacking Walter Block
February 21, 2014, 02:03 AM
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Re: Jared Taylor’s article  Walter Block, Rand Paul, And The Lost American Principle Of Freedom Of Association

From "Spirit of the Fighting 69th" [Email him]

In its assault from ignorance, the NY Times attack on Prof. Block for his comments on slavery was oblivious to his sarcasm when he wrote "...slavery wasn`t so bad, you could pick cotton, sing songs, be fed nice gruel, etc." 

The Times has yet to sufficiently  apologize for relegating to the back pages,


  • The "reeducation" camps of the Vietnamese Communists. 

Hypocrisy and sanctimony are the stock and trade of the NY Times and its Manhattan audience.

See previous letters from the same reader.