The Washington Post had an interesting piece reporting on how many young couples are putting off having children for economic reasons. At one point the piece told readers: "Births have slowed so sharply that researchers note that future economic growth could be stunted by a smaller labor pool. Show More Summary
Please post your open nonprofit marketing positions here Communications Associate, Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation (Princeton, NJ) Communications & Policy Director, American Forest Foundation (Washington, DC) Communications...Show More Summary
Kristinn Taylor at Gateway Pundit reported a win for NewsBusters on Monday night. Yesterday, we noted The Washington Post published a story on anti-Israel protests written by a transparently anti-Israel graduate student (and apparent Post intern) named Britain Eakin. Show More Summary
Washington Post: 4 Pinocchios for a Rocker’s Off-base Claims About Taxes and the ’1 Percent’: “The 1 percent pays 80 percent of all taxes. Fifty percent of the population of the U.S. pays no taxes. The 1 percent provides all the jobs for everybody else. If the 1 percent didn’t...
Washington, D.C. Ed Miliband met with Barack Obama yesterday, haven’t you heard? The British press covered the visit with their usual gusto but the visit barely registered on the radar… Continue reading The post Ed Miliband comes to Washington — and nobody here notices appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Guest post by Kristinn Taylor Washington Post gives free advocacy advertising space to pro-Hamas group Code Pink. The Washington Post has added a statement acknowledging the paper was in error for sending pro-Hamas reporter Britain Eakin to cover a pro-Hamas … Continue reading ?
(Steven Hayward) The Washington Post noticed a couple days ago that a lot of liberals are growing increasingly uncomfortable with the prospect of Hillary as their candidate: Even as Hillary Rodham Clinton looms as the overwhelming favorite for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination, the party’s base is stirring for a primary fight. Show More Summary
Sally Quinn founded the “On Faith” section of The Washington Post, and she’s shown a repeated pattern of loathing conservative Christians, especially Sarah Palin. In Saturday’s Post, she went there again, trashing Sarah Palin as selfishly...Show More Summary
Time and attention are quirky. We were in Washington when the Russians launched Sputnik in 1957 starting the Space race, aware but focused more on new baby, new job. We had returned from Malaya on our first Foreign Service posting and...Show More Summary
This post first appeared in Opera Mundi The United States has once again placed Cuba on the list of countries involved in human trafficking. However, international institutions repudiate Washington's perspective. On the other hand, according...Show More Summary
In a briefing Monday, White House press secretary Josh Earnest criticized a Washington Post story for relying on anonymous sources. According to a transcript of the briefing, McClatchy reporter Anita Kumar pushed back at Earnest, noting...Show More Summary
Monday at the daily press briefing, White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest faced an angry pool of reporters who grilled him over his attack on a recent Washington Post story that used anonymous sources. White House Correspondents CBS'...Show More Summary
White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest's faced a minor media revolt at his daily press briefing Monday after he criticized a Washington Post story for its reliance on anonymous sources. Several reporters at the briefing challengedShow More Summary
A new study shows that the birth weight of infants—an indicator of baby health—born to poor women in the United States has improved since the late ‘80s. As the Washington Post reports, in 1989 one-in-six babies born to poor women were considered underweight (under 5 ½ pounds at birth), compared to one-in-32 babies born to wealthier women. Show More Summary
If you're a close follower of North Carolina politics, a weekend Washington Post profile of state budget director Art Pope didn't break much new ground. The Saturday piece, written by the Post's Matea Gold, explores Pope's unique place in N.C. Show More Summary
Right about now, Rick Perry is hosting a press conference. What's he going to announce? Is he launching his bid for the 2016 Republican presidential campaign? Well, kind of. The Washington Post reports: Texas Gov. Rick Perry (R) reportedly plans to dispatch the Texas National Guard to the U.S. Show More Summary
The lead reporter on Monday's Washington Post story on Palestinian protests is Britain Eakin, whose Twitter bio reads "Graduate Student Extraordinaire in Journalism and Middle East Studies at UA, Tucson." Eakin is in no way a neutral observer of the Israel-Palestine conflict. Show More Summary
The always outspoken Gene Simmons, bassist and frontman of KISS, said something in an interview last week that caught the attention of Washington Post fact-checker Glenn Kessler. "The 1 percent pays 80 percent of all taxes," Simmons told The San Diego Union-Tribune. Show More Summary
Of course. In 2013, researchers at the border warned of a coming deluge. The researchers' observations were among the warning signs conveyed to the Obama administration over the past two years as a surge of Central American minors has crossed...
1. "Movie, television legend James Garner dies at 86": The Associated Press posted this obit last night following the death of the iconic actor on Saturday, July 19th. Related: Emily Yahr of The Washington Post compiles a series of online...Show More Summary