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“We are going to get rid of the criminals and it’s going to happen within one hour after I take office, we start, okay?” — Donald Trump, quoted by the Washington Post.

Two Different Approaches to Debate Prep

Washington Post: “Hillary Clinton is methodically preparing for the presidential debates as a veteran lawyer would approach her biggest trial. She pores over briefing books thick with policy arcana and opposition research. She internalizes tips from the most seasoned debate [...]

Republican Pressure to Modify the Nomination Process

I suggested in my recent Washington Post piece on the history of the Presidential nomination process, here, that after the fall election there is likely going to be significant pressure to reconsider the post-1960s process that has developed for choosing … Continue reading ?

WashPost Gets Four Pinocchios on Hillary’s Stamina

It is amazing. Here is Washington Post “fact checker” Glenn Kessler headlining: "Trump’s claim that Clinton lacks the ‘physical stamina’ to be president." Kessler’s conclusion? “Trump has claimed twice, without proof, that Clinton lacks the physical and mental stamina to be president. In the absence of any evidence, he earns Four Pinocchios.”

The Washington Post Gushes In Love Over Obama First-Date Movie

The Washington Post is unsurprisingly in love with the new Obama-puffing film about Barack and Michelle’s first date. Movie critic Ann Hornaday won the prize for the biggest gush, comparing Obama to young Abe Lincoln.

Late Night Horrorshow Open Thread: What News of Maine’s “Human Bowling Jacket” Governor?

With four-letter words and a secret binder, Maine’s governor reignites uproar over race and crime — Washington Post (@washingtonpost) August 27, 2016 Whoa: Maine Governor LePage Calls Minorities the “Enemy,” Suggests They Should Be Shot. Show More Summary

Amazon reportedly experimenting with 30-hour work weeks for some employees

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US online retail titan Amazon, which has been accused of fostering a cutthroat workplace atmosphere, will try out teams that log 30-hour work weeks, the Washington Post reported on Friday. The employees will receive the same benefits as those putting in 40-hour weeks, but get three-quarters of the...

Another Reason to Have the Tackiest Suitcase in Baggage Claim

One of the few times bright red luggage might not stand out on the carousel. I saw this Washington Post article and had to laugh: “British Olympic team’s decision to issue 900 identical bags backfires at baggage claim” That’s right. Great for branding, not so much for convenience. Mine’s the red one!! — Nick […]

Amazon is testing out a 30-hour workweek

Amazon is planning a pilot program in which a select group of workers will only need to log 30 hours a week, The Washington Post reports. Instead of the normal 40-hour week (or, more recently, the 50, 60, or 70-hour week), the world's...Show More Summary

Report: John Wall ‘Rankled’ By James Harden’s $118 Million Extension

There is some acknowledged friction between John Wall and Bradley Beal in Washington, and according to a report, the Wizards’ All-Star point guard is also annoyed by the $118 million The post Report: John Wall ‘Rankled’ By James Harden’s $118 Million Extension appeared first on SLAMonline.

Where Are Trump’s and Clinton’s Biggest Donations Coming From? We Made a Map

The 10 zip codes donating the most money to the Clinton campaign are located in just three metropolitan areas: New York, Washington D.C., and San Francisco. The post Where Are Trump’s and Clinton’s Biggest Donations Coming From? We Made a Map appeared first on WIRED.

Robert Kraft, John Mara Among Owners Named to NFL Chairmen's Committee

The National Football League reportedly created a new Chairmen's Committee this week that features five owners, who lead some of the league's most high-profile committees. Mark Maske of the Washington Post reported the group—which had...Show More Summary

‘USA Today’: Native Americans Wrong If Not Offended by Redskins

How can over 90% of Native Americans be wrong? Well, according to USA Today, it’s when they say that the word Redskin is not a slur. Badly needing a comeback to the Washington Post poll in May, where American Indians resoundingly rejected the idea of the term ‘Redskin’ as a slur, USA Today decided to seek out an expert to tell American Indians just how silly and wrong they are

A transcript of Jill Stein’s meeting with The Washington Post editorial board

FRED HIATT, EDITORIAL PAGE EDITOR: Thank you for coming in. Tell us what qualifications you think a president should have, what makes for a successful president? JILL STEIN, GREEN PARTY NOMINEE FOR PRESIDENT: I think, especially in this day and age of grave doubts about our institutions, our public institutions, our government, our courts, across […]

The world's richest charity case—how Trump takes far more from charity than he gives

Donald Trump promises a lot of charitable donations, but a Washington Post investigation found that over a seven-year period, Trump donated a maximum of $10,000. Though Trump did spend $12,000 getting the Trump Foundation to buy himShow More Summary


Of course some MSM journalists are hard working professionals. The Washington Post’s David A. Fahrenthold has worked very hard trying to find evidence, any evidence, of Donald Trump giving his own money away. Farenthold and Rosalind S. Helderman have a genuinely wonderful examination of alleged quid pro quo in which the Clinton’s did something for […]

Inner City: Denzel Washington Eyes Dan Gilroy Feature

The two-time Academy Award winner would team with the Nightcrawler writer and director The post Inner City: Denzel Washington Eyes Dan Gilroy Feature appeared first on

New Google Doodle beautifully salutes the 100th birthday of the National Park Service

IN 2009, I hosted filmmakers Ken Burns and Dayton Duncan at The Washington Post as they came to explain their passion behind their latest project, the documentary “The National Parks: America’s Best Idea.” What most stuck with me from that day is their belief that we are not merely customers and consumers of America’s parks; we […]

The Clinton Rules: Still In Effect

I mentioned earlier this week how the Washington Post used misleading language to try to turn distinctly non-scandalous behavior into a scandal because Hillary Clinton. Well, the AP had an even more ambitious attempt at making a scandal out of nothing at all, which Clizza et al. immediately swallowed whole. The problem is that it […]

Donald Trump shares a stage with the real ‘Mr. Brexit’

'You can beat the pollsters, you can beat the commentators, you can beat Washington,' Farage tells crowd The post Donald Trump shares a stage with the real ‘Mr. Brexit’ appeared first on

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