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New York Times spews more pro-Islamist propaganda, stiffs Israel, sides with PLO just before Obama’s awkward trip to the Holy Land.

Many advertisers drop New York Times after receiving complaints about the Time’s traitorous propaganda of calling the U.S. Constitution “evil” and much more.
 


New York Times spews more propaganda, stiffs Israel, sides with PLO just before Obama’s awkward trip to the Holy Land.

Click here to send your email to recent New York Times advertisers.

As Barack Obama prepares for his awkwardly planned first trip to Israel the New York Times spews out propaganda in favor of Palestine which is led by radical Jihadists.  The problem with the following articles, columns and Ed-Ops is not just that the New York Times is voicing opposition against Israel but they are advocating for powerful, radical Jihadists. The New York Times published:

Florida Family Association has sent out seven email alerts since January 2012 that urged people to contact companies that advertised with the New York Times because the most liberal paper in America:

  • Accepted advertising from Al Jazeera America to build their channel in the US.
  • Called the United States Constitution “evil.”
  • Questioned the inclusion of freedom of speech and religion in the constitution.
  • Admired Al Jazeera’s acquisition of U.S. cable channel CurrentTV.
  • Applauded Al Gore for bringing Islamist cable news to America.
  • Attacked the widely acclaimed video used by the NYPD in counter terrorist training.
  • Rejected a full-page anti-Islam advertisement that mimicked a controversial anti-Catholic advertisement they published on March 9, 2012.
  • Pitifully branded Muslims in France as victims after a French-born Muslim slaughtered seven people including three children at a Jewish school.

The content of the seven email alerts together with the names of advertisers targeted in these campaigns are posted here at Floridafamily.org.

There is no doubt that thousands of Florida Family Association supporters’ emails have resulted in many companies taking their advertising dollars elsewhere.  The results of these campaigns are posted below under the red letter heading Results of Email Campaigns.

The companies that advertised during the past two weeks with the New York Times after receiving emails from Florida Family Association supporters during any of the prior seven email alerts include:  American Express Company, Capital One Financial Corp., Carnival Cruises - Holland America, Citi Group - Citi Thank You Card, Corcoran Group Real Estate, Fairmont Raffles Hotels International, Goldman Sachs Group, Inc.,  Marc Jacobs International, L.L.C., Rocketmatter.com, State Farm, TD Ameritrade Holding Corporation, Carnival Corporation Company – Holland America. 
 

New advertisers that have not been recorded in any past monitoring period that advertised with the New York Times include: BDO USA, Belltellofts.com - Clipper Equity, Bloomingdale's, Inc. (owned by Macy's, Inc.), Design Within Reach, Inc. (DWR), Fluke, Ford Motor Co. – Lincoln, Frank and Oak, GotPrint.com, iGate (Demandoutcomes.com), Seventh Art NY, USF Pre-College Programs and Zedo.com.

Florida Family Association has prepared an email for you to send to the companies that recently advertised with the New York Times.

To send your email, please click the following link, enter your name and email address then click the "Send Your Message" button. You may also edit the subject or message text if you wish.

Please click here to send your email to the companies that recently advertised with the New York Times.

All of the contact information for these advertisers is posted here at Floridafamily.org.

Results email campaigns.  The following 92 companies targeted in all seven email campaigns did NOT show up in the last two week monitoring period of the New York Times:  3M Company - Scotch Brite, 6 Dollar Shirts, 93worth.com, Acer America Corporation - Acer C7 Chromebook, Advisor World, AIG American International Group, Inc., AKA Luxury, American Airlines, American Red Cross, Amtrak, Athena Health, Apple Inc. - i-Tunes, Atlantis-Kerner International, Atlas Advertising, Bank of America, The Bank of New York Mellon Corporation, Beachbody.com P90X Workout Review, BestBuy, Blanchard Gold Boullion, Brickwork India, Cardwisdom.com, Charles Schwab, ChristianMingle.com (Sparks Networks USA), Christies, Cisco Systems, Inc. (CISCO, Meraki), CIT Bank, Cleveland Clinic, Coca Cola Company – Coke, Cotton & Company (Oceanreefclubliving.com), Daily Trade Alert and The ROC Company - 1rectorpark.com, Dell Inc., Delta, DuPont is Now on Office 365, Durst Fetner Residential (1212fifthavenue.com), Ebay, Experian (Lowermybills.com), Fanatics, Fandango, Fidelity Investments, The Wunderdog, Global Mobility Services (Thegema.com) Vox Mobile, General Motors (GMC Acadia), GNC General Nutrition, Green Power Works, Gucci, Harlequin Enterprises Limited, Houlihan Lawrence, Home Delivery Incontinent Supplies Co - HDIS, HP Converged Infrastructure, HSBC USA Inc., Imation Corp., ING Direct, Johnson Cornell University, Land Rover (Tata Group), Laurelcondominium.com (400 East 67 LLC c/o Alexico), La-z-boy, Liberty Home Equity solutions - reversemortgageguides.org, Light In the Box, Louisiana Economic Development, Malwarebytes.com, Mammoth Advertising - The Weinstein Company - Twcguilds.com, Mandarin Oriental International, Modasuite Corporation Inc., Netflix, Inc., P90X Workout Review, Panasonic, Philips Sonicare, Maven Marketing, Saks Fifth Avenue, Samsung Electronics Co., Shabby Apple, SmartBalanceTransfers.com,  Subarua of America, Starbucks, Surf Side Narragansett (Gilbane Development), Tamiami Ford, TATA Consulting Services, The Boeing Company, The Motley Fool (fool.com investment company), The Ritz-Carlton Residences Atlanta, The ROC Company - 1rectorpark.com, Tire Kindgom (TBC Corporation), Toll Brother - 205 Water condos - Maxwell Place, Tommy Hilfiger, Tower Hill Ins. Group, Inc. , Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc., Transunion, Tyco International Management Company, University of Florida MB Program, Vanguard, Verizon Wireless and Scotland Tourism.

Results email campaigns.  The following 91 companies targeted in all seven email campaigns did NOT show up in the last two week monitoring period of the New York Times:  3M Company - Scotch Brite, 6 Dollar Shirts, 93worth.com, Acer America Corporation - Acer C7 Chromebook, Advisor World, AIG American International Group, Inc., AKA Luxury, American Airlines, American Express Company, American Red Cross, Amtrak, Athena Health, Apple Inc. - i-Tunes, Atlantis-Kerner International, Atlas Advertising, Bank of America, The Bank of New York Mellon Corporation, Beachbody.com P90X Workout Review, Best Buy, Blanchard Gold Boullion, Brickwork India, Cardwisdom.com, Charles Schwab, ChristianMingle.com (Sparks Networks USA), Christies, Cisco Systems, Inc. (CISCO, Meraki), CIT Bank, Cleveland Clinic, Coca Cola Company – Coke, Cotton & Company (Oceanreefclubliving.com), Daily Trade Alert and The ROC Company - 1rectorpark.com, Dell Inc., Delta, DuPont is Now on Office 365, Durst Fetner Residential (1212fifthavenue.com), Ebay, Experian (Lowermybills.com), Fanatics, Fandango, Fidelity Investments, The Wunderdog, Global Mobility Services (Thegema.com) Vox Mobile, GNC General Nutrition, Green Power Works, Gucci, Harlequin Enterprises Limited, Houlihan Lawrence, Home Delivery Incontinent Supplies Co - HDIS, HP Converged Infrastructure, HSBC USA Inc., Imation Corp., ING Direct, Johnson Cornell University, Land Rover (Tata Group), Laurelcondominium.com (400 East 67 LLC c/o Alexico), Liberty Home Equity solutions - reversemortgageguides.org, Light In the Box, Louisiana Economic Development, Malwarebytes.com, Mammoth Advertising - The Weinstein Company - Twcguilds.com, Mandarin Oriental International, Modasuite Corporation Inc., Netflix, Inc., P90X Workout Review, Panasonic, Philips Sonicare, Maven Marketing, Saks Fifth Avenue, Samsung Electronics Co., Shabby Apple, SmartBalanceTransfers.com,  Subarua of America, Starbucks, Surf Side Narragansett (Gilbane Development), Tamiami Ford, TATA Consulting Services, The Boeing Company, The Motley Fool (fool.com investment company), The Ritz-Carlton Residences Atlanta, The ROC Company - 1rectorpark.com, Tire Kindgom (TBC Corporation), Toll Brother - 205 Water condos - Maxwell Place, Tommy Hilfiger, Tower Hill Ins. Group, Inc. , Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc., Transunion, Tyco International Management Company, University of Florida MB Program, Vanguard, Verizon Wireless and Scotland Tourism.

All of the above mentioned companies are listed as targeted advertisers in one of the seven articles posted here at Floridafamily.org.   The list of advertisers did not include recent some ads by Microsoft and Google but did include the companies they promoted.

Advertiser Contact Information:

American Express Company
World Financial Center
200 Vesey Street
New York, NY 10285
United States - Map
Phone: 212-640-2000
Fax: 212-640-0404
Kenneth.Chenault@aexp.com
CEO
john.d.hayes@aexp.com
VP Marketing

BDO USA
770 Kenmoor SE, Suite 300    
Grand Rapids, MI 49546
wayne@bdo.com.na
Wayne Berson, CEO
sferrara@bdo.com
Steve Ferrara COO

Belltellofts.com - Clipper Equity
4611 12 Ave., Apt. 1L
Brooklyn, New York 11219
david@clipperequity.com
David Bistricer, Partner
jjb@clipperequity.com
Jacob Bistricer

Bloomingdale's, Inc. (owned by Macy's, Inc.)
1000 3rd Ave.
New York, NY 10022
Phone:    212-705-2000
terry.j.lundgren@macys.com
CEO
Martine.Reardon@macys.com CMO
jim.sluzewski@macys.com
SVP Corporate Communications

Capital One Financial Corp.
1680 Capital One Drive
McLean, VA 22102
United States - Map
Phone: 703-720-1000
Fax: 703-205-1755
Richard.Fairbank@capitalone.com
CEO
Pam.Girardo@capitalone.com
VP Marketing

Citigroup Inc.- Citi Thank you card
399 Park Ave.
New York, NY 10022
Phone:    212-559-1000
michael.l.corbat@citigroup.com
CEO
john.c.gerspach@citigroup.com
CFO
Judson.Linville@citigroup.com
Jud Linville
CEO - Citi Cards
investorrelations@citi.com

Corcoran Group Real Estate
660 Madison Avenue - 11th Floor    
New York, NY 10021
Phone: (212) 836-1078
Fax: (212) 230-8034
Karolyn.Massey@corcoran.com
VP Finance
Scott.Segler@corcoran.com
CFO

Design Within Reach, Inc.
711 Canal Street3rd Floor    
Stamford, CT 06902
Phone: 203-614-0600
GKrevlin@dwr.com
Glenn Krevlin, Chairman
JEdelman@dwr.com
John Edelman, CEO

Fairmont Raffles Hotels International
Fairmont Hotels & Resorts Inc.
155 Wellington St. West, Ste. 3300
Toronto, Ontario M5V 0C3, Canada
Phone:    416-874-2600
Fax:    416-874-2601
john.johnston@fairmont.com
President
michael.glennie@fairmont.com
COO

Fluke
6920 Seaway Blvd.
Everett, WA 98203
Phone:    425-347-6100
Fax:    425-446-5116
jim.lico@fluke.com President
Clement.Feng@fluke.com VP Marketing

Ford Motor Co. - Lincoln
One American Road
Dearborn, MI 48126
United States - Map
Phone: 313-322-3000
Fax: 313-322-9600
AMulally@ford.com    
Alan Mulally, President, CEO
skrusel@ford.com    
Susan S. Krusel Ford Spokeswoman
KCzubay@ford.com
Ken Czubay, VP Marketing

Frank and Oak
Modasuite Corporation Inc.
1751 rue Richardson Suite 8.228
Montreal, Quebec H3K 1G6
ysong@modasuite.com
Yifeng Song, CEO
customerservice@modasuite.com

Goldman Sachs Group, Inc.
200 West Street, 29th Floor
New York, NY 10282
Phone: 212-902-1000
Fax: 212-902-9316
lloyd.blankfein@gs.com
CEO
david.viniar@ny.email.gs.com   
CFO

GotPrint.com
7651 N. San Fernando Rd
Burbank, CA 91505
pog@gotprint.net

iGate Corp. (Demandoutcomes.com)
6528, Kaiser Drive
Fremont, California 94555
Phone 510-896-3006
phaneesh.murthy@igate.com
CEO
sujit.sircar@igate.com
CFO

Carnival Corporation Company - Holland America
3655 NW 87th Ave.
Miami, FL 33178-2428
Phone:    305-599-2600
Fax:    305-406-4700
MArison@carnival.com
Micky Arison, CEO
JBerra@carnival.com
Jerry Berra, CMO

Marc Jacobs International, L.L.C.
72 Spring St., 8th Fl.
New York, NY 10012-4019
Phone:    212-343-0222
Fax:    212-343-0221
R.duffy@marcjacobs.com
President and Vice-Chairman: Robert Duffy
J.Sagum@marcjacobs.com
Public Relations, Advertising and Home Collection: Jen Sagum

Seventh Art NY
120 wooster
New York, NY 10012
locomania@me.com

State Farm
1 State Farm Plaza
Bloomington, IL 61710-0001
Phone:    309-766-2311
Fax:    309-766-3621
Ed.rust.atei@statefarm.com    
Edward B. (Ed) Rust Jr., Chairman CEO
phil.supple.hid9@statefarm.com    
Senior Director of Public Affairs

TD Ameritrade Holding Corporation
4211 South 102nd Street
Omaha, NE 68127
United States - Map
Phone: 402-331-7856
Fax: 402-597-7789
Fred.Tomczyk@tdameritrade.com    
CEO
katrina.becker@tdameritrade.com    
Corporate Communications
william.gerber@tdameritrade.com

USF Pre-College Programs
4202 E. Fowler Avenue, NEC116
Tampa, FL 33620
mlopez@usf.edu
Manuel Lopez, Senior Director
elissa@usf.edu
Elissa Henderson

Viceroyanguillaresidences.com
The Kor Realty Group
421 S. Beverly Drive    
Beverly Hills, CA 90212
brad.korzen@thekorgroup.com
Bradford Korzen, CEO
administrator@thekorgroup.com

Zedo.com
roy@zedo.com

Antifraudcollaboration.org
info@thecaq.org

March 2, 2013 article and email alert.

More advertisers drop New York Times after receiving complaints about the Time’s traitorous propaganda.  Your emails are making a difference.  

Florida Family Association has sent out six email alerts since January 2012 that urged people to contact companies that advertised with the New York Times because the most liberal paper in America:

  • Accepted advertising from Al Jazeera America to build their channel in the US.
  • Called the United States Constitution “evil.”
  • Questioned the inclusion of freedom of speech and religion in the constitution.
  • Admired Al Jazeera’s acquisition of U.S. cable channel CurrentTV.
  • Applauded Al Gore for bringing Islamist cable news to America.
  • Attacked the widely acclaimed video used by the NYPD in counter terrorist training.
  • Rejected a full-page anti-Islam advertisement that mimicked a controversial anti-Catholic advertisement they published on March 9, 2012.
  • Pitifully branded Muslims in France as victims after a French-born Muslim slaughtered seven people including three children at a Jewish school.

The content of the six email alerts together with the names of advertisers targeted in these campaigns are posted here at Floridafamily.org.

There is no doubt that thousands of Florida Family Association supporters’ emails have resulted in many companies taking their advertising dollars elsewhere.  The results of these campaigns are posted below under the red letter heading Results of Email Campaigns.

The companies that advertised during the past week with the New York Times after receiving emails from Florida Family Association supporters during any of the prior six email alerts include:  American Express Company, Best Buy, Capital One Financial Corp., Citi Group - Citi Thank You Card, Cleveland Clinic, Corcoran Group Real Estate, Mandarin Oriental International, Marc Jacobs International, L.L.C., Rocketmatter.com, SmartBalanceTransfers.com, Starbucks, State Farm, TD Ameritrade Holding Corporation. 

New advertisers that have not been recorded in any past monitoring period that advertised with the New York Times include: Apple Inc. - i-Tunes, Cardwisdom.com Dell Inc., HSBC USA Inc., Carnival Corporation Company - Holland America, Fidelity Investments, Home Delivery Incontinent Supplies Co - HDIS, Liberty Home Equity solutions - reversemortgageguides.org and Tower Hill Ins. Group, Inc. 

Florida Family Association has prepared an email for you to send to the companies that recently advertised with the New York Times.

Results of Email Campaigns.  The following companies did NOT advertise again at the New York Times during the last monitoring week.

Companies targeted in the last email alert that did NOT show up in the last week monitoring period include:  Atlantis-Kerner International, The Bank of New York Mellon Corporation, Christies, DuPont is Now on Office 365, Fairmont Raffles Hotels International, Harlequin Enterprises Limited, Land Rover (Tata Group), Netflix, Inc., Louisiana Economic Development, Samsung Electronics Co., and 6 Dollar Shirts.

The following 80 companies targeted in all six email campaigns did NOT show up in the last week monitoring period of the New York Times:  3M Company - Scotch Brite, 6 Dollar Shirts, 93worth.com, Acer America Corporation - Acer C7 Chromebook, Advisor World, AIG American International Group, Inc., AKA Luxury, American Airlines, American Express Company, American Red Cross, Amtrak, Athena Health, Atlantis-Kerner International, Atlas Advertising, Bank of America, The Bank of New York Mellon Corporation, Beachbody.com P90X Workout Review, Blanchard Gold Boullion, Brickwork India, Charles Schwab, ChristianMingle.com (Sparks Networks USA), Christies, Cisco Systems, Inc. (CISCO, Meraki), CIT Bank, Coca Cola Company – Coke, Cotton & Company (Oceanreefclubliving.com), Daily Trade Alert and The ROC Company - 1rectorpark.com, Delta, DuPont is Now on Office 365, Durst Fetner Residential (1212fifthavenue.com), Ebay, Experian (Lowermybills.com), Fairmont Raffles Hotels International, Fanatics, Fandango, The Wunderdog, Global Mobility Services (Thegema.com) Vox Mobile, GNC General Nutrition, Goldman Sachs Group, Inc., Green Power Works, Gucci, Harlequin Enterprises Limited, Holland America Line, Houlihan Lawrence, HP Converged Infrastructure, Imation Corp., ING Direct, Johnson Cornell University, Land Rover (Tata Group), Laurelcondominium.com (400 East 67 LLC c/o Alexico), Light In the Box, Louisiana Economic Development, Malwarebytes.com, Mammoth Advertising - The Weinstein Company - Twcguilds.com, Modasuite Corporation Inc., Netflix, Inc., P90X Workout Review, Panasonic, Philips Sonicare, Maven Marketing, Saks Fifth Avenue, Samsung Electronics Co., Shabby Apple, Subarua of America, Surf Side Narragansett (Gilbane Development), Tamiami Ford, TATA Consulting Services, The Boeing Company, The Motley Fool (fool.com investment company), The Ritz-Carlton Residences Atlanta, The ROC Company - 1rectorpark.com, Tire Kindgom (TBC Corporation), Toll Brother - 205 Water condos - Maxwell Place, Tommy Hilfiger, Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc., Transunion, Tyco International Management Company, University of Florida MB Program, Vanguard, Verizon Wireless and Scotland Tourism.

All of the above mentioned companies are listed as targeted advertisers in one of the six articles posted below at Floridafamily.org.   The list of advertisers did not include recent ads by Microsoft and Google but did include the companies they promoted. 

February 7, 2013 email alert and article.

 


After calling US Constitution evil NY Times promotes Al Jazeera America channel. 

Many companies stopped advertising with New York Times after receiving emails of concern.

Click here to send your email to the  New York Times advertisers.

It is not enough that the New York Times struck at the heart of American freedom by calling the United States Constitution “evil” and minimizing the First Amendment freedom of religion and speech.  

Now the New York Times is helping Al Jazeera America (Current TV) to promote jobs for the
channel’s launch of 12 offices in the United States.  The above advertisement was posted at the NYtimes.com web site on February 3, 2013.  The above ad was shown here on this page from the New York Times.

Al Jazeera, the Arabic news television channel headquartered in the Middle East (Doha, Qatar), purchased the Current TV channel which has the potential of reaching millions of viewers in the United States.  Al Jazeera is the mouthpiece for the Muslim Brotherhood and Arab Spring.  The Muslim Brotherhood is the single largest promoter of the radical Islamist movement in the world.  Click here to read more at Floridafamily.org.

Florida Family Association sent out an email alert on January 8, 2013 that urged people to contact companies that advertised with the New York Times because the most liberal paper in America:

  • Called the United States Constitution “evil.”
  • Questioned the inclusion of freedom of speech and religion in the constitution.
  • Admired Al Jazeera’s acquisition of U.S. television channel CurrentTV.
  • Applauded Al Gore for bringing Islamist television to America. 

The details of the January 8, 2013 email alert and prior alerts regarding the New York Times are posted below.

Florida Family Association has launched sfive email alerts since January 2012 that asked supporters to send emails to challenge advertisers to stop spending their advertising dollars on the New York Times.  These five email alerts together with the advertisers targeted in these campaigns are posted below at Floridafamily.org

There is no doubt that thousands of Florida Family Association supporters’ emails have resulted in many companies taking their advertising dollars elsewhere.  The results of these campaigns are posted above under the red letter title Results of Email Campaigns.

The companies that advertised during the past week with the New York Times after receiving emails from Florida Family Association supporters include:  American Express Company, DuPont is Now on Office 365, Marc Jacobs International, L.L.C. and SmartBalanceTransfers.com.  This is NOT very many repeat advertisers.

New advertisers that have not been recorded in any past monitoring period that advertised with the New York Times include: The Bank of New York Mellon Corporation, Capital One Financial Corp., Fairmont Raffles Hotels International, Harlequin Enterprises Limited, Land Rover (Tata Group), Atlantis-Kerzner International, Louisiana Economic Development, Mandarin Oriental International, Netflix, Inc., TD Ameritrade Holding Corporation, Samsung Electronics Co. and State Farm.

The email prepared for this portion of the article has been deactivated.

January 8, 2013 Email Alert

 


New advertisers need to hear your concerns about the New York Times calling the U.S. Constitution “evil”, admiring Al Jazeera acquisition of U.S. CurrentTV, and applauding Al Gore’s wit in selling Islamist contact with American TV viewers.

Click here to send your email to NEW New York Times advertisers.

Florida Family Association sent out an email alert on January 8, 2013 that urged people to contact companies that advertised with the New York Times because the most liberal paper in America:

  • Called the United States Constitution “evil.”
  • Questioned the inclusion of freedom of speech and religion in the constitution.
  • Admired Al Jazeera’s acquisition of U.S. television channel CurrentTV.
  • Applauded Al Gore for bringing Islamist television to America. 

The details of the January 8, 2013 email alert article are posted below.

Florida Family Association supporters’ emails to advertisers are making a difference.  Monitoring records indicate that only four of the twenty-five companies recorded during the January 8, 2013 email alert continued to advertise with the New York Times.  Emails influenced many of these companies to stop advertising with the New York Times.  However, Florida Family Association’s twenty four years of experience in monitoring television warns that several of these companies will likely show up in future monitoring periods.  Additionally, many more companies reported in email alerts last year were not recorded in the current monitoring effort.  The other companies reported in prior email campaigns that did not show up again are listed in the below article history.

The following companies continued advertising with the New York Times after receiving thousands of emails expressing concern:  American Express Company, ChristianMingle.com (Sparks Networks USA), Marc Jacobs International, L.L.C., and Tyco International Management Company.

The following companies were new to Florida Family Association's current monitoring effort of New York Times advertisers:  Acer America Corporation - Acer C7 Chromebook, American Red Cross, Coca Cola Company - Coke, DuPont is now on Office365, GNC General Nutrition, Mammoth Advertising - The Weinstein Company - Twcguilds.com, Philips Electronics North American Corporation - Philips Sonicare, SmartBalanceTransfers.com, Starbucks, Subarua of America and 3M Company - Scotch Brite and other smaller mostly internet based companies.

Why is it important to counter the liberal media’s anti-American, pro-Islamist propaganda? Because biased news reports and columns wrongly influence public opinion and corrupt the attitudes of the otherwise ignorant and trusting people of America.  

The best way to counter the liberal media’s bias is to voice concern to their advertisers.  Please consider sending your email to many New York Times advertisers, with the click of one button, after considering the content of this alert.  Past email campaigns appear to have resulted in more than fifty companies not returning to advertise.
 
Florida Family Association has prepared an email for you to send to the companies that recently advertised with the New York Times.

The email prepared for this portion of the article has been deactivated.

January 8, 2013 Email Alert

Why is it important to counter the liberal media’s anti-American, pro-Islamist propaganda? Because biased news reports and columns wrongly influence public opinion and corrupt the attitudes of the otherwise ignorant and trusting people of America.  

The best way to counter the liberal media’s bias is to voice concern to their advertisers.  Please consider sending your email to many New York Times advertisers, with the click of one button, after considering the content of this alert.  Past email campaigns appear to have resulted in more than fifty companies not returning to advertise.

New York Times column calls the United States Constitution “evil” and questions the inclusion of freedom of speech and religion in the constitution.

The New York Times published a column on December 30, 2012 by Ed-Op Contributor, Louis Michael Seidman, titled “Let’s Give Up on the Constitution.”  The full Ed-Op is posted below and at the New York Times

The column starts off with “AS the nation teeters at the edge of fiscal chaos, observers are reaching the conclusion that the American system of government is broken. But almost no one blames the culprit: our insistence on obedience to the Constitution, with all its archaic, idiosyncratic and downright evil provisions.”

This hideous, anarchist Times’ column purports in these words that there is no need to have first amendment protection of speech and religion:  “This is not to say that we should disobey all constitutional commands. Freedom of speech and religion, equal protection of the laws and protections against governmental deprivation of life, liberty or property are important, whether or not they are in the Constitution. We should continue to follow those requirements out of respect, not obligation.”

New York Times admires Al Jazeera’s purchase of U.S. television channel Current TV and applauds Al Gore for bringing Islamist television to America.  

The New York Times' choice of the words “news channel comes of age” used to describe Al Jazeera’s purchase of Current TV signifies the Times’ admiration of Islamist television programming for America. See Timescast below.  Additionally, the New York Times’ applauding words for Al Gore “going to bat” reach a new and alarming level of leftist, Islamist collusion.   See Times' article below.

 
Al Gore at the Current TV studios in San Francisco in 2005. He said Al Jazeera's coverage was
Jim Wilson/The New York Times
  Gore Went to Bat for Al Jazeera, and Himself, in Current TV Deal

Al Gore at the Current TV studios in San Francisco in 2005. He said Al Jazeera's coverage was "thorough, fair and informative." By Brian Stelter  Published: January 03, 2013  Click here to read NYTimes article.

  Leftist/Jihadist Alliance: Al Jazeera acquires Current TV

The following report comes from Jihadwatch.org

As I noted earlier today, Al-Jazeera has been dubbed "the most powerful voice of the Muslim Brotherhood." And Pamela Geller has noted that "Al Jazeera is the leading terrorist propaganda organization in the world. Jihad murder mastermind Anwar al-Awlaki has praised Al Jazeera, and several years ago one of its most prominent reporters was arrested on terror charges. Al Jazeera also has for years been the recipient of numerous Al Qaeda videos featuring bin Laden, Zawahiri, and American traitor Adam Gadahn. Yet they never seem to be able to trace where these videos are coming from. They have repeatedly been set up at the point of attack right before a bomb went off, so that they could take the picture of the slaughtered, dismembered bodies."

The Left and the jihadis have been cooperating for years. This makes their alliance official.

"Al Jazeera Acquires Current TV," by Brian Stelter for the New York Times, January 2 (thanks to Pamela Geller):

6:48 p.m. | Updated Al Jazeera on Wednesday completed a deal to take over Current TV, the low-rated cable channel that was founded by Al Gore and his business partners seven years ago.

Current will provide the pan-Arab news giant with something it has sought for years: a pathway into American living rooms. Current is available in about 60 million of the 100 million homes in the United States with cable or satellite service.

Rather than simply use Current to distribute its English-language channel, called Al Jazeera English and based in Doha, Qatar, Al Jazeera will create a new channel, called Al Jazeera America, based in New York. Roughly 60 percent of the programming will be produced in the United States, while the remaining 40 percent will come from Al Jazeera English.

Click here to read full report at Jihadwatch.org.

Prior reports and email alert articles regarding the New York Times bias are posted here at Floridafamily.org.

As an organization that is Defending American Values we cannot allow the New York Times propaganda to go unchallenged.  The best way to counter the liberal media’s bias is to voice concern to their advertisers.

The following companies recently advertised with the New York Times:  American Express Company, AIG American International Group, Inc., Atlas Advertising, The Boeing Company, Brickwork India, ChristianMingle.com (Sparks Networks USA), Cisco Systems, Inc. (CISCO, Meraki), Corcoran Group Real Estate, Football Pix (The Wunderdog), Global Mobility Services (Thegema.com) Vox Mobile, Goldman Sachs Group, Inc., Green Power Works (The Great Green Race), Imation Corp., ING North America Insurance Corporation, Johnson Cornell University, Marc Jacobs International, L.L.C., Modasuite Corporation Inc., Revolution Golf (Maven Marketing), Tamiami Ford, Tire Kindgom (TBC Corporation), Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc. and Tyco International Management Company.

The email prepared for this portion of the article has been deactivated.

NEW YORK TIMES Op-Ed Contributor
Let’s Give Up on the Constitution
By LOUIS MICHAEL SEIDMAN
Published: December 30, 2012

Consider, for example, the assertion by the Senate minority leader last week that the House could not take up a plan by Senate Democrats to extend tax cuts on households making $250,000 or less because the Constitution requires that revenue measures originate in the lower chamber. Why should anyone care? Why should a lame-duck House, 27 members of which were defeated for re-election, have a stranglehold on our economy? Why does a grotesquely malapportioned Senate get to decide the nation’s fate?

Our obsession with the Constitution has saddled us with a dysfunctional political system, kept us from debating the merits of divisive issues and inflamed our public discourse. Instead of arguing about what is to be done, we argue about what James Madison might have wanted done 225 years ago.

As someone who has taught constitutional law for almost 40 years, I am ashamed it took me so long to see how bizarre all this is. Imagine that after careful study a government official — say, the president or one of the party leaders in Congress — reaches a considered judgment that a particular course of action is best for the country. Suddenly, someone bursts into the room with new information: a group of white propertied men who have been dead for two centuries, knew nothing of our present situation, acted illegally under existing law and thought it was fine to own slaves might have disagreed with this course of action. Is it even remotely rational that the official should change his or her mind because of this divination?

Constitutional disobedience may seem radical, but it is as old as the Republic. In fact, the Constitution itself was born of constitutional disobedience. When George Washington and the other framers went to Philadelphia in 1787, they were instructed to suggest amendments to the Articles of Confederation, which would have had to be ratified by the legislatures of all 13 states. Instead, in violation of their mandate, they abandoned the Articles, wrote a new Constitution and provided that it would take effect after ratification by only nine states, and by conventions in those states rather than the state legislatures.

No sooner was the Constitution in place than our leaders began ignoring it. John Adams supported the Alien and Sedition Acts, which violated the First Amendment’s guarantee of freedom of speech. Thomas Jefferson thought every constitution should expire after a single generation. He believed the most consequential act of his presidency — the purchase of the Louisiana Territory — exceeded his constitutional powers.

Before the Civil War, abolitionists like Wendell Phillips and William Lloyd Garrison conceded that the Constitution protected slavery, but denounced it as a pact with the devil that should be ignored. When Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation — 150 years ago tomorrow — he justified it as a military necessity under his power as commander in chief. Eventually, though, he embraced the freeing of slaves as a central war aim, though nearly everyone conceded that the federal government lacked the constitutional power to disrupt slavery where it already existed. Moreover, when the law finally caught up with the facts on the ground through passage of the 13th Amendment, ratification was achieved in a manner at odds with constitutional requirements. (The Southern states were denied representation in Congress on the theory that they had left the Union, yet their reconstructed legislatures later provided the crucial votes to ratify the amendment.)

In his Constitution Day speech in 1937, Franklin D. Roosevelt professed devotion to the document, but as a statement of aspirations rather than obligations. This reading no doubt contributed to his willingness to extend federal power beyond anything the framers imagined, and to threaten the Supreme Court when it stood in the way of his New Deal legislation. In 1954, when the court decided Brown v. Board of Education, Justice Robert H. Jackson said he was voting for it as a moral and political necessity although he thought it had no basis in the Constitution. The list goes on and on.

The fact that dissenting justices regularly, publicly and vociferously assert that their colleagues have ignored the Constitution — in landmark cases from Miranda v. Arizona to Roe v. Wade to Romer v. Evans to Bush v. Gore — should give us pause. The two main rival interpretive methods, “originalism” (divining the framers’ intent) and “living constitutionalism” (reinterpreting the text in light of modern demands), cannot be reconciled. Some decisions have been grounded in one school of thought, and some in the other. Whichever your philosophy, many of the results — by definition — must be wrong.

IN the face of this long history of disobedience, it is hard to take seriously the claim by the Constitution’s defenders that we would be reduced to a Hobbesian state of nature if we asserted our freedom from this ancient text. Our sometimes flagrant disregard of the Constitution has not produced chaos or totalitarianism; on the contrary, it has helped us to grow and prosper.

This is not to say that we should disobey all constitutional commands. Freedom of speech and religion, equal protection of the laws and protections against governmental deprivation of life, liberty or property are important, whether or not they are in the Constitution. We should continue to follow those requirements out of respect, not obligation.

Nor should we have a debate about, for instance, how long the president’s term should last or whether Congress should consist of two houses. Some matters are better left settled, even if not in exactly the way we favor. Nor, finally, should we have an all-powerful president free to do whatever he wants. Even without constitutional fealty, the president would still be checked by Congress and by the states. There is even something to be said for an elite body like the Supreme Court with the power to impose its views of political morality on the country.

What would change is not the existence of these institutions, but the basis on which they claim legitimacy. The president would have to justify military action against Iran solely on the merits, without shutting down the debate with a claim of unchallengeable constitutional power as commander in chief. Congress might well retain the power of the purse, but this power would have to be defended on contemporary policy grounds, not abstruse constitutional doctrine. The Supreme Court could stop pretending that its decisions protecting same-sex intimacy or limiting affirmative action were rooted in constitutional text.

The deep-seated fear that such disobedience would unravel our social fabric is mere superstition. As we have seen, the country has successfully survived numerous examples of constitutional infidelity. And as we see now, the failure of the Congress and the White House to agree has already destabilized the country. Countries like Britain and New Zealand have systems of parliamentary supremacy and no written constitution, but are held together by longstanding traditions, accepted modes of procedure and engaged citizens. We, too, could draw on these resources.

What has preserved our political stability is not a poetic piece of parchment, but entrenched institutions and habits of thought and, most important, the sense that we are one nation and must work out our differences. No one can predict in detail what our system of government would look like if we freed ourselves from the shackles of constitutional obligation, and I harbor no illusions that any of this will happen soon. But even if we can’t kick our constitutional-law addiction, we can soften the habit.

If we acknowledged what should be obvious — that much constitutional language is broad enough to encompass an almost infinitely wide range of positions — we might have a very different attitude about the obligation to obey. It would become apparent that people who disagree with us about the Constitution are not violating a sacred text or our core commitments. Instead, we are all invoking a common vocabulary to express aspirations that, at the broadest level, everyone can embrace. Of course, that does not mean that people agree at the ground level. If we are not to abandon constitutionalism entirely, then we might at least understand it as a place for discussion, a demand that we make a good-faith effort to understand the views of others, rather than as a tool to force others to give up their moral and political judgments.

If even this change is impossible, perhaps the dream of a country ruled by “We the people” is impossibly utopian. If so, we have to give up on the claim that we are a self-governing people who can settle our disagreements through mature and tolerant debate. But before abandoning our heritage of self-government, we ought to try extricating ourselves from constitutional bondage so that we can give real freedom a chance.

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