The Washington Post’s Greg Sargent and The Examiner’s Byron York had an interesting Twitter discussion last night about the Gang of Eight’s amnesty plan. @ByronYork fair point but I'd add that there is genuine fear that pushing it too far to right does break up coalition on left— Greg Sargent (@ThePlumLineGS) May 17, 2013 @ByronYork […]
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WaPo blogger on Gang of Eight amnesty: ‘Everything is about papering over the fact that there is no actual trigger now’
Bam! WaPo-blasting gold.
The power of Twitter: WaPo, Wall Street Journal finally show up at Gosnell trial; Update: NYT shows up
Wow. Looks like the media is finally seeing the power of Twitter. Shamed WaPo sheepishly pledges reporter for #Gosnell trial: "In retrospect, we should have sent a reporter sooner" washingtonpost.com/blogs/erik-wem…— David Burge (@iowahawkblog) April 12, 2013 As we reported, the reserved media seating at the Gosnell trial was empty last week. Nothing to see here, […]
Tomorrow you can call him ‘Koch-whore racist’: Andy Levy slams libs, WaPo’s Eugene Robinson over Rand Paul filibuster
Beautiful. Fox News’ Andy Levy also took a clueless Washington Post columnist to task.
Quiet? Try silent. Last week, The Washington Post’s ombudsman Patrick Pexton announced his departure: Apropos of nothing, the @WashingtonPost just eliminated their ombudsman position. washingtonpost.com/opinions/patri…— Jim Treacher (@jtLOL) March 05, 2013 How conveeeeeeenient. That’ll make it much easier for the WaPo to pull stunts like this: “@WashingtonPost quietly makes major change to @SenatorMenendez story, removes […]
Did WaPo lie about emailing Tucker Carlson for comment on the Menendez prostitution story? Update: Reporter altered the story after publishing
On Monday, The Washington Post reported that a Dominican escort who was allegedly paid to have sex with Sen. Bob Menendez had recanted her story. In response, The Daily Caller noted that WaPo apparently can’t keep its Dominican prostitutes straight and that the woman mentioned in the WaPo story, Nexis de los Santos Santana, was not […]
That’s right: The Washington Post is suggesting there are too many gun dealers. Why? Because, post offices.
Generally speaking, the Washington Post, like so many other media lapdogs, goes out of its way to make President Obama look good. But lapdogs are only human, and every once in a while, they slip up. Like today.
Lest there be any doubt what will happen if sequestration — which, as we all know, is totally Republicans’ fault and has nothing to do with President Obama — goes into effect, the Washington Post is hammering the point home today: Sealquestration wapo.st/YpAVtH— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) February 21, 2013 Unable to find a way […]