WashPost Hails 'Princely' $6,800 Jacket Michelle Obama Wears, While

July 30th, 2012 7:54 AM
On Monday morning, Washington Post gossips Roxanne Roberts and Amy Argetsinger hailed Michelle Obama the fashion plate with the headline "Fit For a Queen (Truly)." For a reception at Buckingham Palace for heads of state, Mrs. Obama wore a "very fancy" jacket priced at  a "princely $6,800." Readers could exhale, the American now fits in. The very same…

WashPost Boosts 'Rainbow Oreo' of Corporate Political Correctness, Moc

July 2nd, 2012 8:31 AM
On Thursday, The Washington Post’s Dan Zak championed the gay-boosting “Rainbow Oreo” – with Kraft on its Oreo Facebook page sounding the liberal note “Proudly support love!” Zak sold this as a great moment for gays, Big Business, and Obama: “Gays are just as susceptible to clever marketing as straights. At long last! Equality under commercialization…

WaPo Style Page Finally Notices Conservative Happy Hour Event, Five Ye

June 6th, 2011 10:52 AM
The Washington Post Style page, as we at NewsBusters can attest, finds all things liberal or "progressive" stylish. Conservative political and social functions, not as much. So it was a bit amusing this morning to read Dan Zak's decent coverage of "dueling happy hours on Capitol Hill," one a five-year-old happy hour series called First Friday, the other an upstart…

WaPo Skips Common's White House Poem Line That 'God Watches' and Was

May 12th, 2011 4:40 PM
Washington Post reporter Dan Zak was assigned the story of the rapper Common’s performance at the White House on Wednesday night, and he not only buried the lead – he completely ignored it. I don’t mean that he failed to quote any of the controversial rap/poetry lyrics about “Burn a Bush” or hailing convicted cop-killers Assata Shakur and Mumia Abu-Jamal. He did…

WaPo Highlights 'Progressive Alternative to the Tea Party', with Nasce

February 26th, 2010 12:00 PM
Washington Post's Dan Zak devoted a Style section front page feature today to liberals who are "[b]rewing a progressive alternative to the Tea Party."*But as one reads Zak's article, it becomes clear the nascent "Coffee Party" movement is a decaf brew of mostly liberals whining about how the rabble are roused by the Tea Parties while they, the sophisticates "have real…

WaPo's Liberal Decade: 'We' Went from 'Hell' to 'Hope,' Cheered 'Tanta

December 31st, 2009 8:22 AM

WaPo Skipped Tea Party Protests, But Gives Big Play to...Opponents of

April 1st, 2009 9:08 AM