Under Fire, The Washington Post Quietly Scrubs Their Marco Rubio Hit-Piece

John Nolte Big Journalism 10/22/2011

Thanks to those stubborn things called facts, today it’s the Washington Post under fire, not the subject of their Thursday hit piece, Florida GOP Senator Marco Rubio.

And now the WaPo memory-holing has begun.

First, the Miami Herald came out swinging against WaPo’s embellishment of Rubio’s so-called embellishments, then the […]

Sarah Palin’s e-mails

NYT, WaPo to readers: Hey, anyone want to help us dig for dirt in Palin’s e-mails?

Allahpundit HotAir.com 6/9/2011

An unusual example of media efficiency. There’s a huge new supply available of her e-mails as governor and an eternally huge demand among Palin-hating liberals for new dirt on her. If you’re a cash-strapped editor, […]

Ezra Klein: Constitution too hard to understand

therightscoop 12/30/2010

Ezra Klein is one of the goto guys on the Left for all things policy related and he is being asked to talk about how the Republicans will have the Constitution read aloud in Congress. He says it’s a gimmick, but then he says this:

The issue with the Constitution is not that […]

WaPo uses Left-Wing ‘activist’ for straight national security reporting

Frank Ross BigJournalism.com 7/19/2010

Today the Washington Post published an article from William Arkin, who along with Dana Priest attempts to expose government corruption and waste in the area of intelligence gathering. Regardless of what’s in the piece, serious questions are raised about the credibility of a news piece written by Arkin, who has a […]

Wa Po’s Silence on New Black Panthers Story

Todd Zywicki The Volokh Conspiracy 7/19/2010

The Washington Post’s Ombudsman Andrew Alexander dedicated his column this week to the Post’s puzzling silence on the DOJ’s dismissal of the New Black Panther voter intimidation case over the past several months. Alexander rebukes the Post for its failure to cover the story, but seemingly accepts the explanation […]

Closer… Closer… the WaPo’s Richard Cohen Staggers Toward the Awful Truth About the ‘Being There’ President

Frank Ross BigJournalism.com 6/22/2010

Richard Cohen of the Washington Post is a troubled soul these days. Having seen the triumph of the “narrative” so dear to so many liberal columnists and editors’ hearts, he and they are now forced to witness the disintegration of presidential authority even as the aggrandizement of presidential power continues apace […]