WHAT?! WashPost Tries to Ruin Random Twitter User, Calls Parents

March 26th, 2020 7:15 AM
If The Washington Post and senior editor Marc Fisher want Americans to stop calling the press “the enemy of the people,” a place to start would be not publishing stories like Fisher’s March 25 item trying to tear down a man who, as of Wednesday night, had less than 400 Twitter followers. The thought crime committed by La Mesa, California lawyer Scott McMillan? Offering a harsh…
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WashPost Expose: A Young Trump Pulled on Pigtails, Threw Rocks

August 22nd, 2016 12:24 PM
CBS This Morning on Monday eagerly hyped a new expose by the Washington Post: As a child, Donald Trump pulled pigtails and threw rocks at kids. This is the same Washington Post that went after Mitt Romney for allegedly forcing a haircut on another boy in 1965. Talking to reporters Marc Fisher and Michael Kranish, CBS co-host Norah O’Donnell wondered, “You go all the way back to…

Global Warming Criers Trapped In Sea Ice? NY Times Blogger Says It's

January 10th, 2014 11:14 PM
On DC's NPR affiliate WAMU on Wednesday, New York Times environmental blogger Andrew Revkin complained about those conservative "confusers" taking joy in the stranded Antarctic ice ship full of hyperbolic global-warming activists. Washington Post senior editor Marc Fisher was guest-hosting on the Kojo Nnamdi Show, and he asked him to explain how "this incident somehow has…

WashPost Website: Black Pastors Against Same-Sex Marriage on 'Wrong Si

February 24th, 2012 1:00 PM
Apparently the Washington Post's website editors have little patience for African-American ministers who pledge fidelity to the Bible over that to their usual political allies like Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley (D). "Black pastors take heat over stance against Maryland gay-marriage bill," reads a teaser headline on the washingtonpost.com front page. "As Maryland…

WaPo: Inaugural Pilgrims 'Loaded with Luggage But Lightened by Hope

January 18th, 2009 8:09 PM
"The president-elect popped into a party at Bobby Van's restaurant, as well as The Washington Post's newsroom, where hard-bitten journalists fumbled for their cellphone cameras and reached for his hand."So noted Post staffer Paul Schwartzman in his January 18 Metro section front-pager "Mr. Obama's (Giddy) Neighborhood." Yet for a supposedly hard-bitten bunch, the Posties sure…

WaPo Loves Republicans, When They're Frustrated 'Moderates' Venting Th

October 2nd, 2008 11:55 AM
Washington Post metro columnist Marc Fisher treated readers of the October 2 paper to a look at outgoing "moderate" Republican Wayne Gilchrest (1st District-Md.), who was felled in a primary contest back in February by a conservative state senator backed by the fiscally conservative group Club for Growth. Fisher dutifully documented and then applauded not only Gilchrest's…

How to Make WaPo Anti-regulation? Pro-illegal Immigration Angle Helps

July 22nd, 2008 2:13 PM
Washington Post's Marc Fisher devoted his July 22 column, "Law Reinforces Montgomery as a Nanny State" to pooh-poohing a recently-passed bill by the affluent, liberal Maryland county that borders the District of Columbia on its northwest side. Fisher leveled a charge that free-market advocates and conservative Marylanders would cheer regarding the new ordinance mandating that employers…