"Remember the good old days when people used to make jokes comparing the New York Times to Pravda, and it was considered an insult to the New York Times? Now, the publishers of The Pentagon Papers have suddenly decided that the 'public’s right to know' does not extend to things that damage the editorial page’s political stance, while Russian TV hosts important public debates.
"During the Bush Administration, it was Pulitzer material to expose anti-terrorism methods and operations including:
* The Terrorist Surveillance Program
* How we tracked terrorist financing
* Exposing secret terrorist holding facilities in allied countries
* Exaggerated accounts of terrorist interrogation
"But when it comes to the hundreds of emails exposing the 'scientists' who are manufacturing fraudulent data that is being used to seize control of the U.S.—and world—economy in the name of 'global warming,' the New York Times is suddenly queasy about exposing documents that were 'never intended for the public eye.'"
The New York Times pretends to discover the word "ethics."