The Washington Post‘s David Fahrenthold won a Pulitzer prize for his reporting on President Donald Trump’s charitable giving — or lack thereof — in which he exposed the president as being all talk when it comes to giving money to charities. Trump raised eyebrows on Saturday...
Alex Horton, former VoteVets writer and propagandist for the Shinseki Department of Veterans’ Affairs, now writes for the Washington Post as a hand-wringer over John Kelly’s remarks to the press the other day. Horton claims that Kelly’s comments “alarmed some of those who study relations between the military and society”. Who might these people be? […]
If she said this about any other group in the nation she'd be unemployed right now The post The Washington Post’s Jennifer Rubin Slams Military Officers As Unfit to Serve in the White House appeared first on RedState.
Congratulations to Minna Kotkin (Brooklyn) on her fine article in today's Washington Post on how confidentiality clauses in settlement agreements undermine the enforcement of Title VII's prohibition of sexual harassment. Here's an excerpt: A secret about sexual harassment on the...
This is a very interesting notion from the Washington Post Editorial Board, in that they are finally letting its readership know that Obama made a real mess of Syria and
Washington Post: “The Weinstein scandal, which has featured graphic accounts of assault from a string of celebrity accusers, has sparked a national debate about sexual harassment. Many women, inspired by a #MeToo campaign, have taken to social media to tell [...]
A major media outlet admits Trump made a mistake in this part of the world. The post The Washington Post Warns Trump Not To Repeat This Major Obama Mistake appeared first on RedState.
My son Daniel pointed out to me a feature of Trump’s speech to the laughably named Values Voters summit which seems to have slipped by most observers. As summarized by Colbert King in the Washington Post Telling a revved-up Values Voter audience that he is “stopping cold the attacks on Judeo-Christian values,” Trump suggested to […]
President Trump authorized the release of documents related to the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy despite concerns from the National Security Agency, the Washington Post reports. “Earlier this week Trump confidant Roger Stone told Infowars conspiracy theorist Alex [...]
White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders told a reporter that it would be “highly inappropriate” to get into a debate with “a four-star Marine general” over whether he misstated facts, the Washington Post reports.
Jenna Johnson, Washington Post: Some supporters of the president, like Fred Maddox, agree with Trump that Puerto Rico's infrastructure was frail before the storm; that the crisis was worsened by a lack of leadership there; and that the...Show More Summary
CNN unearthed the many occasions President Donald Trump falsely claimed that he built the Vietnam War Memorial in New York City to demonstrate the inappropriate way he has treated the military. The Washington Post revealed the brag to be a fraud in 1984, but Trump still used it in 2015 as an...
WASHINGTON POST: This nuclear fallout shelter was untouched for 55 years. It might come in handy now. Related: The Unexpected Return of Duck and Cover.
The Washington Post reports: This week, a government journal in the former Soviet republic of Tajikistan announced that the country’s interior ministry had compiled a registry of “proven” gays and lesbians. The list named 319 men and...Show More Summary
This continues Part 1 and Part 2 of my critique of the arguments for aggressive antitrust activism offered in Steven Pearlstein’s Washington Post article, “Is Amazon Getting Too Big,” which is largely based on a loquacious law review...Show More Summary
Post by Kayla Boyd. Kim Kardashian has been the queen of the Internet for about a decade now, but that may all be changing. In a new analysis conducted by The Washington Post, reporter Philip Bump has proof the Jenners are gaining more popularity than the Kardashians.
The Washington Post writes up a new one from a group of researchers centered around Boston University. It finds that “shall-issue” concealed-carry laws, which allow all citizens to carry guns provided they don’t have significant criminal...Show More Summary
The Washington Post reports that the pleas are part of a deal and the teens are expected be witnesses in the upcoming murder trial
His stinging editorials doomed the nomination of federal judge G. Harrold Carswell to the high court in 1970.
Satellite images taken before and after North Korea's last nuclear test beneath Mount Mantap show the mountain actually lost elevation. As the Washington Post reports, the depression of a 85-acre area—followed by three subsequent earthquakes over six weeks—shows not only the force of the Sept. 3 blast, but...