Have you read The New York Times lately?
John Stossel writes:
Now that I no longer do a weekly TV show, I have more time to read my local paper. Sadly, that’s The New York Times.
The Times actually does some good reporting, but their political and economic coverage is filled with deceit.
Can I find deceit every day? You bet. Take a look at a few days just last week.
The front page: “NAFTA’s promise is falling short, Mexicans agree.”
Wow, the Times now embraces Donald Trump’s position on trade? Economists estimate that 14 million jobs depend upon NAFTA, but people everywhere often oppose trade because the smaller number of jobs lost is more visible than gradual gains.
What evidence of NAFTA’s failings does the Times offer? Oddly, the article says “the workforce has grown.”