Mr. Arthur O. Sulzberger Jr.
Chairman and Publisher
The New York Times
229 West 43rd Street
New York, NY 10036

Dear Mr. Sulzberger:

Liberal media critic Mickey Kaus has said that the Times has abandoned objective journalism, and its reporters feel free to slip their opinions into their stories. There was an egregious example of this on Nov. 19 and 21, when the editors of the Times used both their news and editorial columns to attack Fox News CEO Roger Ailes for sending a letter to Bush advising him to take strong action in response to 9/11. In 1990, the Times revealed, with no critical comment, that Walter Cronkite had admitted urging Robert Kennedy to seek the Democratic presidential nomination in 1968. The media give advice to politicians publicly and privately, but what is worse, you suppress news that would seriously hurt politicians you favor. Examples: Your refusal to report: (1) Gennifer Flowers' charges against Clinton, (2) the evidence of his draft evasion, and (3) the cover-up of evidence that Vincent Foster was murdered.