WashPost: Musk ‘Worst Kind of Boss,’ ‘Grand Marshal’ of Bad Management

December 13th, 2022 3:59 PM

Instead of reporting honestly on the newsworthy revelations of the Twitter Files, The Washington Post continues to take personal shots at the platform’s new CEO Elon Musk.

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WashPost Rants ‘7 Ways a Recession Could Be Good for You Financially’

September 29th, 2022 11:38 AM

A Washington Post columnist downplayed the plight of the millions of Americans who are struggling under high inflation, giving them “seven silver linings” for recession in a recent op-ed.


MSNBC Guest: Calm Down About Inflation, It's Not As Bad As You Think

June 22nd, 2022 10:03 PM

While Americans are struggling to pay to fill up their vehicles to get to and from work and buy groceries to feed their families, with each passing day, things get more and more expensive because of the forty-year high inflation spurred by the Biden administration’s reckless spending, yet according to Washington Post columnist Michelle Singletary, you think you are worse off than you really…

Education Publication Proves Media Duped By Fake Student Loan Expert

April 26th, 2018 10:14 AM
Drew Cloud was a prolific writer specializing in student loan issues, founder of the Student Loan Report, and “a source for news on the student loan industry, financial aid, and scholarships.” Media relied on him for sensational surveys about student debt issues and quoted him often. Except Cloud didn’t exist.

WashPost Personal Finance Columnist Omits Jackson Junior's Party ID, M

February 20th, 2013 7:24 PM
In a February 20 column which lamented as a tragedy the mess that former Rep. Jesse Jackson (D-Ill.) got himself into by improperly using campaign resources for extravagant personal expenses, Washington Post personal finance columnist Michelle Singletary scolded her readers to "think about the mess you might have made of your finances or the financial follies of people you know" before "pass[…

Occupy 15th Street: The Washington Post Anti-Business Section

October 10th, 2011 8:51 AM
Leftist media critics resent that newspapers have a "Business" section or that PBS used to show "Wall Street Week," as if reporting on business automatically means you're pro-business. The Washington Post on Sunday seemed to be working overtime to publish an Anti-Business section, with two columns endorsing the "Occupy Wall Street" protests, an enormous article by liberal Post wunderkind Ezra…

'Disheartened by What Bush Did to Us,' He Should Be 'Ashamed

December 28th, 2008 4:43 PM
Declaring President George W. Bush's “economic legacy is selfishness” for daring to propose letting people invest a portion their Social Security payments in the stock market, on Sunday's Meet the Press the Washington Post's Michelle Singletary charged Bush “should be ashamed of what he's left us.” The Post-based nationally-syndicated “Color of Money” personal finance columnist contended that as…

Newspapers Fail to Recognize Liberal Leanings of Families USA

March 27th, 2008 12:41 PM
From windy Washington, D.C., to sunny Palm Beach, Florida, the liberal print media are refusing to note the liberal bent of an interest group vocal in the health care debate. The March 26 edition of the Palm Beach Post -- a broadsheet notorious to conservatives for its unbalanced treatment of Rush Limbaugh -- featured not one but two articles which pushed government-run universal health care…