Advertisement
YOU ARE HERE: LAT HomeCollectionsVast Left Wing Conspiracy
IN THE NEWS

Vast Left Wing Conspiracy

FEATURED ARTICLES
NEWS
April 18, 2012 | By Paul Whitefield
Now hold on: There's a vast left-wing media conspiracy against Mitt Romney, and no one told me? What am I, chopped-liver journalist? In case you missed it , Romney said in an interview with Breitbart.com's Larry O'Connor: “There will be an effort by the, quote, vast left-wing conspiracy to work together to put out a message and to attack me. " COMMENTARY AND ANALYSIS: Presidential Election 2012 He also responded to...
ARTICLES BY DATE
NEWS
April 18, 2012 | By Paul Whitefield
Now hold on: There's a vast left-wing media conspiracy against Mitt Romney, and no one told me? What am I, chopped-liver journalist? In case you missed it , Romney said in an interview with Breitbart.com's Larry O'Connor: “There will be an effort by the, quote, vast left-wing conspiracy to work together to put out a message and to attack me. " COMMENTARY AND ANALYSIS: Presidential Election 2012 He also responded to...
Advertisement
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 5, 2003 | Steve Lopez
To all of you who e-mailed or called to say you're canceling The Times because of my transparent shilling and relentless bias against Arnold and for Gray Davis, there's only one thing I can say. Guilty. That's right, you got me. I roughed up the Gropinator because I'm on the Davis payroll. I work for the Left Angeles Times. I never met a Democrat I didn't like. Do me a favor, though. Call Gray and tell him. I've been trying to get in to see the governor and I'm striking out. Why?
NEWS
April 18, 2012 | By Morgan Little
WASHINGTON -- Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney says he expects a “vast left-wing conspiracy” in the media to attack him in an effort to boost President Obama's chances of being re-elected. “There will be an effort by the, quote, vast left-wing conspiracy to work together to put out a message and to attack me," Romney said in an interview with Breitbart.com's Larry O'Connor. "And they're going to do everything they can to divert from the issue people care about, which is a growing economy that creates more jobs and rising incomes.
OPINION
October 21, 2005 | JONATHAN CHAIT
I'VE BEEN waiting for quite a while now for conservatives to come up with a theory to explain why large chunks of the Republican Party are, or soon will be, under indictment. The argument I've been anticipating has finally arrived, in the form of a long lead editorial in the latest edition of the influential conservative magazine the Weekly Standard.
NEWS
April 18, 2012 | By Morgan Little
WASHINGTON -- Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney says he expects a “vast left-wing conspiracy” in the media to attack him in an effort to boost President Obama's chances of being re-elected. “There will be an effort by the, quote, vast left-wing conspiracy to work together to put out a message and to attack me," Romney said in an interview with Breitbart.com's Larry O'Connor. "And they're going to do everything they can to divert from the issue people care about, which is a growing economy that creates more jobs and rising incomes.
OPINION
January 31, 1999
The impeachment of Bill Clinton is obviously part of a vast left-wing conspiracy to make the Republicans look like idiots. BRENT MEEKER Camarillo
NEWS
April 19, 2012 | By Paul Whitefield
Republicans are the party of business and the rich. Democrats are for the working man. That's what my dad always said.   Dad, I think you were on to something. The Times reported Thursday that the Republican-led House approved a 20% business tax break for companies with fewer than 500 employees. Republicans say it will boost the economy, but Democrats say it will add $46 billion to the deficit and that it favors wealthier business owners, celebrities and sports teams.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 11, 1998
Re "Under Attack, Gingrich Quits as House Speaker," Nov. 7: As a registered Democrat I should be cheering that ol' Newt is gone. In this instance, however, I take no satisfaction in his resignation. The Republicans have panicked and blamed the speaker for their overconfidence and lack of understanding of the "American people." Truly, pride goeth before the fall. RODNEY K. BOSWELL Los Angeles Twice in this administration, Newt Gingrich and his right-wing friends have tried to hijack the government; first with the government shutdown and then with the Monica Lewinsky affair.
NEWS
April 19, 2012 | By Jon Healey
Detroit native Mitt Romney has long contended that the U.S. automobile industry would be better off had the federal government not bailed out General Motors and Chrysler. In particular, he argued in 2008 and again in February (while campaigning in Michigan's Republican primary) that the companies should have restructured themselves without the feds' involvement through a "managed bankruptcy" process. But that ignores a crucial fact: Companies that are broke require money to keep operating, even while under the protection of a Bankruptcy Court.
OPINION
October 21, 2005 | JONATHAN CHAIT
I'VE BEEN waiting for quite a while now for conservatives to come up with a theory to explain why large chunks of the Republican Party are, or soon will be, under indictment. The argument I've been anticipating has finally arrived, in the form of a long lead editorial in the latest edition of the influential conservative magazine the Weekly Standard.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 5, 2003 | Steve Lopez
To all of you who e-mailed or called to say you're canceling The Times because of my transparent shilling and relentless bias against Arnold and for Gray Davis, there's only one thing I can say. Guilty. That's right, you got me. I roughed up the Gropinator because I'm on the Davis payroll. I work for the Left Angeles Times. I never met a Democrat I didn't like. Do me a favor, though. Call Gray and tell him. I've been trying to get in to see the governor and I'm striking out. Why?
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 26, 1999
Re "Bush: Answers and Trust," editorial, Aug. 24: I was unable to find the Pandora's Box law in any federal publication. So unless you can find some other law that forces Gov. George W. Bush to go back beyond 25 years, he can leave it right where it is. I'm satisfied with his answer and so are approximately 80% of the American people. The only people that seemingly want to hear more about this is the country's vast left-wing conspiracy, the press. WARREN H. RAABE South Gate Cheers to Bush and his refusal to answer these absurd questions about his past that are clearly aimed at embarrassing him on his march to the Republican presidential nomination ("Gov.
OPINION
September 27, 2003
Re "Honor Italy's Leader? Look a Little Deeper," Commentary, Sept. 22: Alexander Stille misses the point of the Anti-Defamation League giving its Distinguished Statesman Award to Italy's Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi. The honor is presented to leaders who exhibit an extraordinary commitment to furthering the achievement of regional and world peace and other contributions to international events. At a time when the U.S. is leading the struggle against the greatest threat to the civilized world, international terrorism, and when Israel is a direct target of such terrorists, Berlusconi's leadership has been critical and outstanding.
Los Angeles Times Articles
|