Earlier today, The Gateway Pundit posted an article debunking a fluff piece about “Gentle Giant” Mike Brown’s aspirations as a young hip hop artist. The Washington Post’s Wesley Lowrey completely whitewashed the vulgar and violent lyrical stylings of Brown. Lowrey said, “In … Continue reading ?
The Washington Post reports that which we predicted about six weeks ago – Kalashnikov Concern products including their commercial version AK-47 have been scooped up by buyers after Executive Order 13662 banned their import in mid-July; Jay Portz, vice president of RWC, said a run on the Russian-made rifles began almost immediately. While the sanctions […]
Longtime Washington Post columnist Richard Cohen has a book coming out in two weeks called Israel: Is It Good for the Jews? a question that Cohen answers in the affirmative. From his publisher, Simon and Schuster: A very personal journey through Jewish history (and Cohen’s own), and a passionate defense of Israel’s legitimacy.Richard Cohen’s book is
The Washington Post reports that Senator John McCain is doing his knee-jerk thing again calling for sending more troops to Iraq, you know, like he did when Syria was a problem; Sen. John McCain said Sunday that President Obama is “either in denial or overwhelmed” with regard to the Islamic State and called for “additional […]
Washington Post writer Wesley Lowery published a sympathetic piece today on robber Michael Brown and his good friend Dorian Johnson. Lowery was in St. Louis for several days during the Ferguson riot and made headlines when he was picked up … Continue reading ?
You may have seen the famous picture of American bison who lived behind the Smithsonian Castle on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., in the late 19th century. I posted it a few years ago when the Castle was damaged in an earthquake just because it’s such a charming image. What I didn’t realize at [...]
Have the stakes been raised in the Ukraine crisis? During an interview yesterday, Vladimir Putin said "statehood" for eastern regions controlled by pro-Russia separatists needs to be discussed, the Washington Post reports. A spokesman for the Russian president later claimed "was talking about inclusive talks" instead of independence for the...
This is…not what embattled "Louisiana" Democrat Sen. Mary Landrieu wanted to read in the Washington Post -- which, as it turns out, is her...
A sit-down rally outside the White House on Thursday to protest deportation of illegal immigrants resulted in 145 arrests. The Washington Post reported that the demonstrators were part of a civil disobedience campaign designed to put pressure on President Obama to provide leniency for illegal immigrants and their families. Show More Summary
The Washington Post’s Kent Babb is one of those sports reporters who has to impose secular-progressive politics on the sports world, which he perceives as backward. Last spring, he was pushing for “inclusion” into the NFL for gay football...Show More Summary
The Washington Post published a startling report that described how private companies who sell surveillance systems are marketing them to governments around the world, providing the means to track the movements of anyone who carries a cell phone — here or abroad. A set of network protocols known as Signaling System No. Show More Summary
(Scott Johnson) We first got to know Stephen Hunter when he was the Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post movie critic. He is best known as a successful novelist, and he happens to know a great deal about guns. Sniper’s Honor is his new Bob Lee Swagger novel. Show More Summary
The Washington Post publishes a piece in it’s pages today about our really cool president who doesn’t let world events bother him entitled “Obama sets his own pace in a world whirling with crises“. They fawn over the fellow in the White House who makes decisions based on polling results after weeks, if not months, […]
Besides Darren Wilson, the Ferguson, Mo., officer who killed unarmed Michael Brown earlier this month, six others on the same force have been named in civil rights lawsuits alleging the use of excessive force, the Washington Post reports.
Apologies for the lack of links last week; here's a double bill to make up for it.- A Washington Post video reporter, Lee Powell, spent two days with us at Rare Book School this summer, and he's now posted the resulting five-minute video...Show More Summary
When Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) alleged in her book that male colleagues made sexist remarks to her, the mainstream press honed in on the "southern congressman." The Washington Post recounted a story about Sen. Strom Thurmond (R-SC) groping Sen. Show More Summary
United States Secretary of State John Kerry called on the government of Iran Friday to release American prisoners Pastor Saeed Abedini, Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian and Amir Hekmati who has been accused of espionage.
In yet another instance of the Washington Post shielding the Maryland Democratic political establishment, including the party's nominee for governor, editors buried on page B4 of the Saturday, August 30 edition a stunning story about outgoing Gov. Show More Summary
Yeah, it's the culture. Ferguson PD has 53 police officers. One of their officers is currently in hiding for shooting Mike Brown. But he's hardly the only one. Washington Post: In four federal lawsuits, including one that is on appeal,...Show More Summary
Who did the Washington Post endorse for president in 2012?