It’s one thing to get ahead of the news cycle, but this “oops!” seems to be a bit more—maybe the Washington Post knows something it’s not telling?
As a lifelong reader of newspapers, and a devoted follower of the journalism profession, although not a part of it, I am sad to write this. It’s like a eulogy for a body long dead but failed to be given a proper burial. Or like the M. Night Shyamalan movie “The Sixth Sense,” where Bruce… [Read More]
Washington Post writer Jannell Ross tried to hang racism, white supremacy, biker culture, and gun rights around Texas Republican necks in a literary lynching so stuffed full of wrong presumptions that if words were mathematical, Ross’ article would prove that gravity makes things fall up.
Live free or die. New Hampshire is the best place to live in the U.S., according to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). These are the folks who rate nations based on education, safety, health, and economy—they’re basically a global gaggle of policy wonks who sip tea together while pondering the Great Issues… [Read More]
Adam Taylor of the Washington Post is having a wet dream fantasy about Mohamed Morsi, and Kareen Fahim of the New York Times is sharing it. They both wrote about their delusions in their respective papers, who actually printed such folderol.