NYT apologizes for saying Hillary was under investigation

The public editor of the New York Times, whose job it is to excuse the enormities found in the biased articles of the Times on a weekly basis, had, for once, the reverse of his usual task.  Instead of explaining away a slanted article (which can be a full-time job, if there are serious takers), the public editor was apologizing for the Times having "erroneously" reported that Hillary was under investigation for having classified information on her private email server. It wasn’t really Mrs. Clinton directly who was the focus of the request for an investigation. It was more general: whether government information was handled improperly in connection with her use of a personal email account. This is tremendous sophistry, even by Times standards.  It is two ways of saying the exact same thing.  It is not "more general."  If government information was handled improperly with regard to the use of her personal email, who, then, is...(Read Full Post)