The Closed Mind of WashPost Alumnus Robert Kaiser

March 4th, 2014 11:28 AM
Former Washington Post Managing Editor Robert Kaiser took to the opinion pages of the Post to lament the disintegration of the good old days in Washington when political life was wonderfully collegial and lawmakers had fun governing. Oh, the irony of this Beltway liberal's devoting 2,225 words to decrying conservatives for destroying something that liberals have largely been in charge of for…

Retiring WashPost Editor Throws a Fit About How Conservatives Ruined W

March 2nd, 2014 7:41 PM
Former Washington Post managing editor Robert Kaiser is retiring at age 70, and he’s very cranky about how conservatives have destroyed government and Washington collegiality. This tells you a lot about what kind of liberal edits and massages the Post every day. Kaiser is moving to New York, and on the front of the Sunday Outlook he described how “Republicans lost their minds” and “Democrats…

WashPost's Robert Kaiser Fawns Over ‘Extraordinary’ Barney Frank a

May 31st, 2013 5:46 PM
It was only two days ago that one of Charlie Rose’s guests, Politico’s Jim VandeHei, celebrated the disappearance of many outspoken Republicans from the political scene. On last night’s show, Rose invited on a pair of brash Democrats who vanished from Congress recently: former Sen. Chris Dodd and former Rep. Barney Frank. The former lawmakers were there to discuss the 2010 financial…

WashPost Loved Henry Waxman, But Bashes Darrell Issa 'Feverishly Chasi

May 17th, 2013 10:27 AM
When ultraliberal Henry Waxman ran the House Government Reform Committee, The Washington Post didn't often  suggest he was a fierce partisan or ideologue. Instead, former Washington Post managing editor Robert Kaiser praised him in a book review headlined "Moustache of Justice." (The Waxman lovers even have a mug.) Kaiser cooed, “Henry Waxman is to Congress what Ted Williams was to baseball…

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Top WaPo Editor Celebrates 'Conservative' Author -- Or Is He

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Editor: Bush Is a Failed President, Boring and Untrustworthy

January 29th, 2008 6:25 AM
Washington Post associate editor Robert Kaiser took his usual turn answering reader questions after the State of the Union Monday night, and he seemed eager to echo the Post line that the Bush presidency was "out of public support (32 percent approval), out of ideas and out of gas. It is fascinating to me how difficult it is for politicians (and journalists too, to be fair) to say publicly what…