New York Times: Conservatives are “Emboldened” after Berkeley-Ann Coulter Controversy

, Spencer Irvine, Leave a comment

The headline of New York Times’ latest article, “In Ann Coulter, Signs that Conservatives are Emboldened,” portrayed conservatives as being aggressive in expressing their right of the freedom of speech.

Doesn’t that already sound slanted and biased?

When you read the article, it goes on and said that Coulter is an “acid-penned conservative writer,” in addition to apparent shock by the writer that the tables are turned on liberals and freedom of speech:

The situation adds up to a striking reversal in the culture wars, with the left now often demanding that offensive content be excised from public discourse and those who promote it boycotted and shunned.