The L.A. Times, Leon Klinghoffer, and the “Lunatic Lobby”

For twenty years, the L.A. Times has been tirelessly championing the controversial opera, “The Death of Klinghoffer.” It’s news to no one why the opera, based on the hijacking of the cruise ship Achille Lauro in 1985, is controversial. By the admission of its creators, the opera seeks to humanize the Palestinian terrorists who hijacked […]

Cowardly Knight: L.A. Times Art Critic Christopher Knight’s Gutless Response to David Stein

I’ll begin this article by copping to a bias: my hatred of the L.A. Times borders on pathological. As a native-born Angeleno, I am both infuriated and ashamed that my great city can do no better for its “paper of record” than that childishly biased and legendarily inaccurate rag. True story: when I used to […]

Rashid Khalidi’s Interesting Observation About His Old Friend Obama

The L.A. Times Redefines “Balance” to Mean “No Conservatives”

The Los Angeles Times and the Jews – A Few Choice Examples