Last month, The Nation took on The New Yorker, with Daniel Lazare’s “The New Yorker Goes to War: How a Nice Magazine Talked Itself Into Backing Bush’s Jihad“:
A magazine like The New Yorker, of course, is a diverse and sprawling thing. It speaks with many voices, not all of whom completely agree. If Remnick leans to the right, Hertzberg still leans to the left, leaving it to the reader to triangulate between the two. Reporters like Jane Mayer and Jon Lee Anderson, for their part, have raised uncomfortable questions about the War on Terrorism. Still, an overall conservative turn has been apparent from nearly the moment the Twin Towers collapsed.
(Thanks to P.M. for the link.)