WashPost Honors the 'Vision' for More Jesus-Trashing Libertine Left A

December 29th, 2013 8:28 AM
In the Arts section of Sunday’s Washington Post, they celebrated the appointment of curator David Ward as the senior historian of the National Portrait Gallery. Why does it matter? Ward was a central figure in the controversial 2010 exhibit “Hide/Seek,” which contained a defamatory video of Jesus crucified being crawled on by ants. As a libertine leftist, Ward hated it when…

WashPost Covers 'Eastern Bloc' Fundraiser for Obama -- Gay Porn Star S

September 10th, 2012 11:34 AM
Monday's Washington Post has a front-page Style section piece on an Obama fundraiser at a New York city gay bar called Eastern Bloc that you frequent if you like "commie decor" and think "early-80s porn playing non-stop over the bar added to the ambiance." (UPDATE: The gay mag The Advocate reports CNN anchor Anderson Cooper's "boyfriend Ben Maisani co-owns…

WaPo Prints 700-Word Article Attacking Paul Ryan's Suit

August 15th, 2012 1:43 PM
Self-absorbed New York Times columnist David Brooks is famous for his insipid belief that Barack Obama's pant crease meant that he'd be "a very good president," now it looks as though the Washington Post has decided to join him in sartorial absurdity by dispatching reporter Katherine Boyle to write a 700-word piece pondering the meaning of Paul Ryan's suit size. Is this…

WashPost: 'Even at the Olympics' Athletes in Shooting 'Face Questions

August 1st, 2012 12:10 PM
"Even at the Olympics, athletes in the sport of shooting face questions about gun violence." That's the digital edition headline for Washington Post reporter Katherine Boyle's August 1 story about the "stigma" that American Olympic shooters face for participating in a sport that "requires a machine that, when used maliciously, can kill people." But as…

More 'Occupy' Puffery by WashPost As Paper Selects 'OccuPeep DC' As Di

March 28th, 2012 5:14 PM
Just when you thought Occupy D.C. was dead and gone and, with it, the Washington Post's gauzy coverage, the paper has resurrected it's puffery of the leftist movement just in time for Easter. This time, the Post fondly remembered the left-wing squatters' camp by awarding its sixth annual Easter Peeps Diorama Contest to Cori E. Wright of Falls Church, Va., for her "OccuPeep D.…