Lowell Ponte says: "Sue the New York Times!"
Ponte notes that this anti-American pair share a "far-leftist ideology" and demand that nothing interfere with the Times' "heavily-slanted news reporting."
A few excerpts are below, the entire piece at the above link.
During the Vietnam War era a father tried to talk sense into his radicalized loony-left son, who had just been arrested a second time for taking part in disruptive anti-war demonstrations.
"If an American soldier runs into a North Vietnamese soldier," the father asked, "which would you like to see get shot?"
"I would want to see the American get shot," replied the adolescent. "It's the other guy's country. We shouldn't be there."
That radical young man who approved the killing of American soldiers by Communists was Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Jr. In 1992 he replaced his retiring father as publisher of what remains the most influential newspaper in the United States, the New York Times.
"We are enormously powerful, and we are very scary," this hereditary ruler and now chairman of the Times corporate empire (which also owns the Boston Globe, International Herald Tribune and other media outlets) boasted... in 2003.
In his megalomania, this un-elected enfant terrible, "Pinch" Sulzberger, has moved the New York Times so far to the ideological left that even its sports columnists were told never to contradict the Politically Correct line of Times editorials...
Keller shares his boss's far-leftist ideology. Son of the former chairman and CEO of Chevron Corporation, Keller was radicalized at Reed College and at the Times' Soviet and South African bureaus..."