Liberal Calls for US to Arm Syrian Rebels Escalate After Israeli Strikes

By: Monday May 6, 2013 12:37 pm

Since Israel launched air strikes in Syria last week, more and more liberal supporters of greater United States intervention are presenting arguments they have developed to support advocacy for arming rebel groups. New York Times columnist and former executive editor, Bill Keller, argues President Barack Obama needs to “get over” the Iraq invasion that did not [...]

Bill Keller Ponders What Would Have Happened if NYT Published Information from Bradley Manning

By: Sunday March 10, 2013 10:48 pm

(update below) Former executive editor and current columnist of the New York Times has published an op-ed on Bradley Manning. Keller, who was executive editor when WikiLeaks obtained information from Manning and partnered with the newspaper to publish the disclosures, outlines what he believes could have happened. Keller piously writes: In his statement to the military court, Manning said that [...]

Why a Fake NYT Op-Ed Shouldn’t Hurt WikiLeaks’ Credibility

By: Monday July 30, 2012 4:07 pm

A fake opinion editorial that was supposedly by former New York Times editor-in-chief Bill Keller circulated on Sunday, July 29, with many people initially believing it was a genuine article written in defense of WikiLeaks. Over the course of less than twelve hours, the “hoax” began to unravel as people pieced together how Keller had not [...]

Bill Keller’s Latest Petulant Attack on Julian Assange & WikiLeaks

By: Monday February 20, 2012 2:02 pm

Former New York Times executive editor and now op-ed columnist for the newspaper, Bill Keller, has renewed his feud with Julian Assange, founder of WikiLeaks. In his latest column, he attempts to set the record straight on the leaks organization. Keller’s problem is that Assange isn’t going away anytime soon. He is getting his own [...]

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