Dogs and Cats Living Together: NYT Editorial Advocates Abolishing Corporate Income Tax

Someone has apparently hacked into The New York Times’ website. How else to you explain this editorial?: In recent decades, American workers have suffered one body blow after another: the decline in manufacturing, foreign competition, outsourcing, the Great Recession and smart machines that replace people everywhere you look. Amazon and Google are in a horse race to see how many More …

Supplementing Coverage of the Hobby Lobby Case

Be careful with what you read in the mainstream media about the Hobby Lobby case before the Supreme Court. You can bet that they’ll give short shrift to the religious issues involved. Luckily, sites like GetReligion help to lengthen the shrift. Here they provide some much-needed clarification to the folks a the NY Times: The Times story will lead most More …

Mariano Rivera: Not Zen

Mariano Rivera is arguably the greatest relief pitcher who ever lived, and he is inarguably a deeply devout Christian. In a profile on the occasion of his recent retirement, though, The New York Times absolutely twists itself into knots to avoid using the word “Christian.” GetReligion takes note: [From the NYT story:] In the high-stress vocation of ninth-inning pitching dominated by More …

The New York Times Doesn’t Know What Easter Means

From the Department of Stuff We Kind of Already Knew, Really: The New York Times had to issue a correction because they didn’t know what Christians are celebrating on Easter, once again demonstrating that  they don’t understand Christian beliefs and can’t even be bothered to spend five minutes on Google to look them up. The correction, already mighty popular all More …

New York Times Encounters Bizarre Subculture of Committed Christians

With Tim Tebow in New York, expect to see a lot more of this: The New York Times, in a lame, superficial way, asks, “What’s up with this whole waiting-until-marriage thing, and who are the weirdos who do it?” Get Religion looks at the Times‘ attempt at urban anthropology: The largely clinical portrayal of “chaste Christians” lacks any real spiritual More …

Ways that Lolo Jones is Better than The New York Times

Sorry to say that Cynical Christian household favorite Lolo Jones finished fourth in the 100-meter hurdles at the Olympics. That’s not terrible; she’s better at what she does than everybody in the world except for three people. How many of us can say that? But it’s not a medal and it’s certainly not what she wanted. On top of that, The More …