Oh, no! I did it again.
It was a foolish mistake. But I slipped.
I read The New York Times.
This is bad for my health, because I get so mad at the smug socialist spin, but how can I not read it?
It's my hometown paper. My wife wakes me up with indignant questions like, “How can you say government is too big? The Times says … “
Aargh! Nearly every day brings a new Times outrage.
Saturday, a front-page story smeared Labor Secretary nominee Andy Puzder.
The story begins, “Decades before President Trump nominated him … Puzder went to battle with federal labor regulators … “
Wait a second. “Decades before”? They went back decades to criticize him? Actually, three decades — to 1983, when as a young lawyer, Puzder represented a client whom the Labor Department accused of squandering union money.