Washington Post

WaPo Apologetics ‘Anarchist Weekend Warrior’ Edition

by Scott Morales August 12, 2017

You’ve heard the characterization of those serving in the National Guard as weekend warriors or Harley Riders as weekend warriors.  Now, the Washington Post gives you: Anarchists as weekend warriors! I’m not kidding. I’ll start with a tweet by satirist @iowahawkblog: Punchline: if actually anarchy broke out, they wouldn't survive 30 minuteshttps://t.co/pvo0MGp4k7 — David Burge […]

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Washington Post Data: Cops Shoot Whites Nearly Twice as Often as Blacks

by Steve MacDonald July 19, 2016
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It’s from data provided by the Washington Post so…

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Ted Cruz Responds to WaPo Cartoon

by Steve MacDonald December 25, 2015
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You’ve probably heard the one about the major American Newspaper that published a cartoon of Senator Ted Cruz’ daughters. The Washington Post depicted his Hispanic children as monkeys. Do that with Obama’s daughters and see what happens to you. Anyway, Ted and his campaign has a cartoon idea of their own.

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The Realities of DemocratCare…. or ‘They Don’t Call us “The Right!” For Nothing.’ Part XI

by Steve MacDonald November 1, 2013
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Charles Krauthammer Washington Post Beyond mendacity, there is liberal paternalism, of which these forced cancellations are a classic case. We canceled your plan,explained presidential spokesman Jay Carney, because it was substandard. We have a better idea. Translation: Sure, you freely chose the policy, paid for the policy, renewed the policy, liked the policy. But you’re […]

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“Weaponized news”

by Susan Olsen July 15, 2013

Because you can’t link directly to an individual post by Ace: No, Media and Left, the Zimmerman Case Had Nothing to Do With “Stand Your Ground” Laws “If that law was at play, they sure kept it a secret at the murder trial. You’d think they might have mentioned it once or twice. This is […]

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There’s Bias and then there’s Hyper Bias

by Scott Morales March 15, 2013

Speaking of media bias, let me ask you to characterize the following in a pithy little phrase such as “media bias” and see what you come up with. Let’s suppose a Senator, a white middle-aged loin following male Senator, is accused of following his loin into under-aged brothels and cavorting in such trade illegally while […]

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Rand Paul in yesterday’s Washington Post:

by Tim Condon March 9, 2013

At “Sen. Rand Paul: My filibuster was just the beginning,” he describes the filibuster and why he did it. As usual, the comments shed as much light as the column itself, the number of which has just gone over 3,000 and is steadily climbing. They are fascinating (especially in view of the fact that so many are unconcerned […]

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Obama White House: ‘Home of the Whopper!’

by Steve MacDonald October 26, 2012

The Washington Post would like Mr. Obama to stop lying. I know, the Post, whodathunkit? Problem: The Sequester.  Obama is claiming it was Republicans who proposed it but this is not only ‘not true,’ Obama knows for a fact that the idea originated from his own Advisor – his Director of the National Economic Council, […]

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Birds of a Feather

by Steve MacDonald October 10, 2012

WaPo At the end of fiscal 2011, Sesame Workshop and its subsidiaries had total assets of $289 million. About $29 million was held in cash and “cash equivalents,” mainly money-market mutual funds. Another $121 million on the balance sheet was held in “investments.” According to the accompanying notes, these investments included stakes in hedge funds […]

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Fact: “Fact Checkers” Aren’t Checking The Facts! [Updated and Bumped]

by Scott Morales September 5, 2012

[Update: Looks like NRO once again caught Dylan Matthews “fact checking” Paul Ryan.  This time Matthews set his sites on the Carter/Obama comparison that Ryan mentioned.  So Matthews decided to use his skillful, analytical intellect to compile some charts.  One problem, the characterization of his intellect just used is completely inaccurate.  A correct characterization would […]

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