Tag: Washington Post
Many decades ago, the great media critic George Seldes observed: “The most sacred cow of the press is the press itself.” That...
"The piece portends to be an exercise in empirical rigor and mathematical precision. But he's really just playing games with semantics and definitions. And people who understand the issues he 'fact-checks' can see it."
After all, while the brief bio at the end of his column doesn’t mention it, the newspaper he writes for is owned by Bezos, Amazon’s founder, CEO and the world’s richest man.
Why does the Post embarrass itself by publishing lobbyist Ed Rogers?
Is the Pentagon behind this massive hit on independent journalism?
After Sanders’ multiple wins over the weekend, the mainstream media refused to acknowledge his growing traction.
The Post attacks Sanders for failing to have a “plausible” plan for plugging looming deficits as the American population ages.
It seems some political reporters many not see the populism that’s fueling Bernie’s campaign. But hold on tight because it's gaining strength and conviction.
Washington Post’s David Fahrenthold says as President Sanders couldn’t get any of his ideas implemented anyway because Congress would reject them. But if Bernie Sanders is elected president, American politics will have been altered, reducing the moneyed interests’ chokehold over the public agenda.
Huffington Post's Ryan Reilly and Washington Post's Wesley Lowery were charged with trespassing and interfering with a police officer a year after being detained during the Ferguson riots. This raises troubling questions about press freedom.