Washington Post Associate Editor Robert G. Kaiser conducted an online chat with readers. A questioner from Toledo remarked that it is "amazing to see the variety of locales people are writing from, and the diversity of opinion in a relatively liberal newspaper."
Kaiser vigorously denied the paper was liberal.
This is NOT a 'relatively liberal newspaper.' This is the Web site of the Washington Post, where all shades of opinion are welcome all the time, as they are on The Post's op-ed page (heavily populated by conservative commentators, among others) and our Sunday Outlook section.
Kaiser offered no defense of the A section, the place that has many "shades of opinion" all from the left.