Isn’t it ironic–the New York Times today doesn’t resemble what its founders intended it to be. It was supposed to be a conservative paper back in the mid-nineteenth century when it was founded. It’s motto: “All the news that’s fit to print.” That statement has been twisted by the Times into something quite different. It is now a highly left wing liberal paper, an arm of the Democratic Party–though they won’t admit it. Look at the following original news clip:
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1851–The New York Times. The New York daily newspaper with a reputation for accuracy is founded by Henry J. Raymond (1820-1869) as a conservative alternative to the sensational papers of the day. In 1896 it was purchased by Adolph Ochs, and it maintained its reputation as America’s preeminent newspaper throughout the twentieth century.