WashPost Sneers at Benghazi Hearings as a 'Promised Fall Assault' on O

September 16th, 2013 11:54 AM
The Washington Post is being incredibly transparent: it hates hearings into Benghazi. Who needs accountability when our diplomatic posts lack security? The Post portrays this as a partisan exercise. But the very partisan Post has openly worried in its news pages about how the terror attack there will complicate Hillary Clinton’s reputation. On Monday morning, Post editor Karen DeYoung was…

Obama Admin Now Admits Deadly Benghazi Attack Linked to Al Qaeda; Wash

September 20th, 2012 10:13 AM
In a hearing yesterday before the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee hearing, an Obama administration official admitted what all of us already knew through credible reports in foreign media: Amb. Chris Stevens died on September 11 "in the course of a terrorist attack." As Karen DeYoung reported in today's Washington Post, National Counterterrorism Center director…

WaPo Lets Anonymous Obama Officials Claim Obama's 'Much More' Aggressi

June 4th, 2010 11:17 AM
The Washington Post played up Barack Obama’s war-on-terror credentials at the top of Friday’s front page. (Or to use Team Obama lingo, their war on "man-caused disasters.") The Post used to be upset by secret terror attacks, but now they like them, if they help Obama look strong to voters. "U.S. ‘secret war’ expands globally," boasted the Post headline, "Terror groups are targets." News that…

Missing from Obama's Afghan Escalation: Anti-War Groups Suddenly Say

March 28th, 2009 3:30 PM
The Washington Post's Friday and Saturday front-page reports by Karen DeYoung on President Obama's escalation of war in Afghanistan are curiously missing one political element: objections from the strident anti-war groups on the left. Whatever happened to the protesters that treated Bush as a reckless warmonger? Answer: they're either being marginalized, or they were more interested in getting a…

WaPo Prints Maliki 'No Civil War' in Iraq Story on Page A

September 25th, 2007 4:55 PM