Embarrassing: WashPost Writes Clinton 'Allegedly Cheated on His Wife'

August 21st, 2016 12:23 PM
Sunday’s Washington Post Magazine has two cover stories, one for Bill Clinton and one (if you turn it upside down on the other side) for Melania Trump. As expected, Bill Clinton is going to get a gushier treatment. Post writer Neely Tucker is so tender to the president that he mangles a fact, and the copy editors (also tender hearts) allowed it. “Fact Checker” Glenn Kessler will not be assigned…

WashPost Waterfall of Gush Over 'Deep, Hopeless Intellectualism' of Le

November 8th, 2013 6:33 AM
When The Washington Post headlines a story “A half-century of deep, hopeless intellectualism,” there’s a puff piece underneath. It’s not about Obama’s globe-trotting genius since the age of two. It’s a rave for The New York Review of Books, a leftist literary rag. (It's not The New York Times Book Review. This comes out about 20 times a year.) Post writer Neely Tucker oozed all over “…

WaPo Claims 'Geronimo' Code Name in bin Laden Operation 'Left a Sour T

May 4th, 2011 1:43 PM
A headline in The Washington Post's Wednesday Style section declared: "American Indians object to ‘Geronimo’ as code for bin Laden raid." Writer Neely Tucker goes on to lament: "In a triumphant moment for the United States, the moniker has left a sour taste among many Native Americans." Tucker explained: "It was his [Geronimo's] name that the U.S. military chose as the code for the raid, and…

VFW: Woodstock Wasn't the Only Thing Happening 40 Years Ago

August 12th, 2009 1:47 PM
While some in the media have been dusting off their love beads, bell-bottoms and broomstick skirts in an effort to wax nostalgic about Woodstock, the VFW has reminded its members that the world did not stop for those four days in August 1969. In fact, for 109 American soldiers, the world ended that weekend. VFW Magazine honored those soldiers in the August 2009 cover story, "While…

A Washington Post Labeling Double Standard in Sex Scandal Stories

February 17th, 2008 12:14 PM

Washington Post Located Memorial Day in November

November 21st, 2007 8:13 AM