Linda Greenhouse is the influential New York Times reporter and author of extraordinarily partisan accounts of Supreme Court decisions in cases related to the war. In one such case, her husband and his nonprofit alter ego have participated as amicus curiae supporting the plaintiff, but Greenhouse hasn’t seen fit to disclose his participation in reporting on the case. Ed Whelan has doggedly exposed Greenhouse’s conflict of interest at NRO’s Bench Memos and Paul Mirengoff has followed Ed’s work exposing Greenhouse’s conflict.
Times public editor Clark Hoyt has acknowledged that some disclosure is in order (see point 5 of the linked post), though Hoyt roundly abused Whelan for pointing it out. This morning Ed notes that Greenhouse strikes again: