I missed this the other day. It’s a claim that the New York Times editorial page is liberal:
Gail Collins, the first woman to run the editorial page of The New York Times, is stepping down Jan. 1 and will be succeeded by Andrew Rosenthal, the deputy editor of the page. . . .
The Times editorial page has long been regarded as one of the most liberal within the mainstream media, and the change at the top is expected to continue that outlook.
Okay, nothing too earth-shattering there.
What is interesting, however, is the source of that claim: the New York Times itself — in an article in the Business section.