WashPost Book: ‘Rage’-Fueled Trump ‘Snapped’ (Oh and No Obstruction)

April 24th, 2019 12:44 PM
Don’t write an introduction to a report before you get the actual document or you might be disappointed. (If you’re part of the liberal media that is.) On Wednesday, the Washington Post released a print edition of the Mueller Report, complete with “introduction and analysis by reporters.” The cover blurbs the “long-awaited text.” The lack of collusion and no…

WashPost Reveals How Clintons’ ‘Wealth, Charity Intertwine’

April 23rd, 2015 11:00 AM
A front page exclusive in Thursday’s Washington Post details the extent to which former President Bill Clinton’s personal wealth is deeply “intertwine[d]” with the growth of the Clinton Foundation yet the “Big Three” (ABC, CBS, and NBC) networks have so far yawned at the story and given it zero coverage. 

WashPost Reveals Hillary's Big Speaking Fees Come with Diva Demands

November 28th, 2014 11:37 AM
The Washington Post deserves credit for filing a Freedom of Information Act request to get details on Hillary Clinton’s very expensive lectures, but it’s fascinating when and where they decide to report on the results: tucked into the middle page A-2 on Thanksgiving Day. It’s under a story titled “462,000 choose health plans as enrollment begins.” Talk about trying…

Liberals Help WashPost Dig Up How 'Prosecutors Mistreated' Lewinsky

October 24th, 2014 11:49 AM
Friday’s Washington Post unleashed a weird attack against Kenneth Starr after all these years. The front-page headline was “Surprise support for Lewinsky’s complaint: Report on 1998 interview says prosecutors mistreated intern during Clinton inquiry.” Why would the Post dig up a 2000 report by Ken Starr's successor as independent counsel? At the end of Rosalind…

WashPost Hypes N.C. Dem’s ‘Attack Ad’, Buries Its Lie on Page A

May 6th, 2014 11:13 AM
Tuesday, May 6 is primary day for the North Carolina race for U.S. Senate, and The Washington Post ran a misleading front-page story declaring “In N.C., Hagan’s attack ad flips script on health law.”  Reporter Rosalind Helderman began the piece by hyping how “Thom Tillis, the Republican front-runner for a U.S. Senate seat, once called President Obama’s…

WashPost Tilts Left on Front Page: Scott Walker's Name Is Mud, Charlie

February 20th, 2014 8:56 AM
Is The Washington Post a rag for liberal Democrats? It’s certainly striving for that reputation today. On the front page (above the fold) is this story, trying to ruin another GOP presidential hopeful like Chris Christie: “Gov. Walker, eyeing 2016, faces fallout from probes: Release of ex-aide’s e-mails could stall rise of national Republican.” Meanwhile, on the front…

Earth to WashPost: Romney, GOP Did Not Get a 'Shellacking' from Obama

February 9th, 2013 9:59 PM
Reporters at the Washington Post need a refresher already on the November elections. Obama beat Romney 51-47; Senate Democrats gained two seats, up to 53; House Democrats gained eight seats, but still trail 234-201. Somehow, the Post says this is a “shellacking.” That’s a word Obama used more accurately after the wave election of 2010, when the Republicans added a historic 63…

WaPo Furthers Liberal Media’s ‘Racist’ Narrative at RNC: ‘Rep

August 30th, 2012 4:39 PM
The liberal media can’t seem to help themselves. While counter-arguments are occasionally acknowledged, most journalists of the progressive persuasion are not interested in fair and balanced coverage of politics. Facts and figures are seemingly subjective in the whole scheme of things. Severely limited studies and polls seem to provide them with all the information they need. Oh, and…

WaPo Describes Vote by Va. Senate to Regulate Abortion Clinics as 'Unw

February 28th, 2011 6:53 PM
Providing Washington Post Metro section readers a review of the just-closed legislative session of the Virginia General Assembly, staff writers Rosalind Helderman and Fredrick Kunkle today deployed some colorfully loaded language that portrayed conservative Republicans in an unfavorable light. For example [emphasis mine], the "divided legislature reached a compromise on budget amendments…

Amazing: WaPo Fails to Publish Own Poll on ObamaCare's Lowest Populari

December 14th, 2010 1:55 PM
A new ABC-Washington Post poll found ObamaCare sunk to its lowest popularity yet: 52 percent opposed, and only 43 percent in favor. ABC mentioned the poll without fanfare at the end of a Jake Tapper report on Monday’s World News, and Tapper added this was the health law's "lowest level of popularity ever." But Tuesday’s Washington Post reported not one sentence on the…

NRO's Media Blog Notes 'Textbook Case in Media Bias' in WaPo Virginia

March 10th, 2010 4:18 PM
The sour economy has forced many Americans to tighten belts, and everyday Americans expect the same from their government. But that's practically unconscionable to the Washington Post as witnessed by its March 10 article, "Va.budget plan would shrink general spending to 2006 levels."* Here's how Post staffers Rosalind Helderman and Fredrick Kunkle launched into their lament of the…

WaPo Unfairly Paints Virginia AG As Working for 'Erosion In Gay Rights

March 9th, 2010 5:44 PM
Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli (R) has caused students across the Old Dominion to "rise up for gay rights,"* reporters Daniel de Vise and Rosalind Helderman insisted on the March 9 Metro section front page of the Washington Post.Helderman and de Vise failed to consider the liberal leanings of the protesters, tagging the demonstrators in the lead paragraph as mere "campus…

WaPo Fails to Consider Dem Gov/DNC Chairman Kaine's Role in 18-Point L

November 17th, 2009 11:41 AM
His state voted Democratic in the 2008 presidential contest for the first time in 44 years, he's personally popular with voters, and he's currently the chairman of the Democratic National Committee. Yet not once in her November 17 11-paragraph story did Washington Post's Rosalind Helderman raise the notion that Gov. Tim Kaine (D-Va.) might share blame for his party's gubernatorial candidate…

WaPo Seeks to Put GOP Gov.-elect McDonnell 'In a Bind' Over Pat Robert

November 15th, 2009 4:18 PM
It failed to make his master's thesis at the university Pat Robertson founded a campaign killer, but the Washington Post is still intent on finding ways to damage governor-elect Bob McDonnell even before he takes office. In a Metro-section front-pager today, Post staffer Rosalind Helderman insisted that some recent remarks by Robertson about the nature of Islam following the Fort Hood shooting…