NY Times Trains for Treason

The New York Times is now training its reporters on how to properly commit treason against the United States of America. The New York Observer has reported that the Times is currently telling their employees how to avoid investigation from the US government when they reveal classified material to the public and our enemies.

To this end, as the New York Observer
reports, the Times is now giving lessons to their reporters on how they can best "dispos[e] of story drafts and [cut] back on telephone and e-mail contact with sources--or use disposable cell phones for important calls." In addition, New York Times reporter David Barstow has recommended other subterfuges such as "altering Times expense-sheet forms so that a reporter does not have to list the names of sources who have been taken out for lunch or dinner." Barstow adds that even company e-mail should conveniently disappear in a short time in order to hinder any investigation of who might be leaking secrets to the Times staff. "There has been a conversation about changing our e-mail system so that e-mail is automatically deleted after 30 days unless you mark the e-mail for preservation," says Barstow. -Quote-

Unbelievable! So instead of stopping their treacherous reporting and endangering the lives of the American people, the US military, and CIA operatives, the Times just finds ways to avoid being investigated and ways to protect their sources. I guess from their point of view, we can’t blame them. Because the next time they embolden our enemies or give away vital intelligence they have to be sure there is no evidence left behind. And we have come to realize that hurting the country, skewing the news, and undermining the war on terror is a way of life for them; a way of life that they seem to now want to protect.