Washington Post Hails Dem House Manager as 'Modern-Day Wonder Woman'

February 1st, 2020 6:55 AM

A Thursday Washington Post profile lauded a black Florida Democrat as she argued for removing President Trump from office. It carried a valentine headline: "The oaths she swears by: Cop-turned-House-manager Val Demings has 'that desire to always do the right thing.'" Media bias piled on media bias, as they touted the Orlando Sentinel describing Demings as a "modern-day Wonder Woman."

Sugar Smacks! WashPost Prints Treacly Profile of CNN's Brian Stelter

April 11th, 2017 7:21 AM
Journalists convince themselves that their product is “news,” but often it’s just publicity, especially when liberal journalists hail other liberal journalists for their hard-working idealism. Take Tuesday’s gushy Washington Post profile of CNN media reporter and Reliable Sources host Brian Stelter. The online headline was “Brian Stelter has been training for this moment his entire life.” What…

WaPo Continues Drum Beat for Gay Rights

March 25th, 2010 4:22 PM
Despite a claim by Washington Post Ombudsman Andrew Alexander, that "accusations of journalistic overkill" in the newspaper's recent coverage of same-sex marriage are "off-base," the Post itself keeps piling up evidence of its pro-gay agenda. The Culture and Media Institute found that between March 3, the day after same-sex couples could being applying for marriage licenses in the…

Bias by the Numbers: WaPo Giddy Over Gay Marriage

March 12th, 2010 12:04 PM
In seven days, the Washington Post: Ran 11 articles related to D.C.'s new law allowing same-sex marriage. Devoted 543 inches of column space to the ruling - equal to nearly four full pages. Printed 14 photos of gay celebrations, including a prominent one of two men kissing. Quoted supporters 11 times more often than opponents - 67 to 6. Repeatedly compared gay marriage…

WaPo Highlights Wacky Pagan Wedding, Labels It a Mix of Christian, Pag

November 2nd, 2009 11:00 AM
"Couple mix Christian and pagan rituals" the teaser headline called out to me at the bottom of the page A1 of the November 2 edition of the Washington Post. Promising a look at a couple  "celebrat[ing] the rites of marriage in a most unorthodox fashion," I turned to the Style section front page to read more.But what followed in Ellen McCarthy's "For heathens' sake" only confirmed when it comes to…