With all the blogging about articles that I see in the Boston Globe, you’d be excused for thinking that this is one of those blogs focused on a single news organization, but it isn’t. However, there is such a blog: Squaring the Boston Globe. It takes an in-depth look at the Globe and its news coverage, especially the biases found in what they produce.
I recommend it not just because of the nice things he says about my blog, but also because he provides an interesting look at other news items I don’t cover, yet which should be of interest to those who read the Globe or other New York Times products. For example, he provides the interesting and welcome news that anti-Catholic op-ed columnist Tom Oliphant is no longer employed at the newspaper.
Most recently, he blogs Eileen McNamara’s column in which she makes groundless accusations against those protesting Mayor Menino and against the local bishops based on ... nothing but her own conviction that the conspiracy must be true, apparently.
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