SAD Trombone! WashPost Publishes ‘Editor’s Note’ on Covington Kids After Being Hit with Lawsuit

By Curtis Houck It’s safe to say that this might have been too little, too late, folks. On Friday night, the “Democracy Dies in Darkness” newspaper The Washington Post published an “editor’s note”attempting to save face following their embarrassing behavior for the last month and a half smearing the Covington students and being hit on …

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Washington Post worries Trump, Republicans making gains

By Dave Andrusko If you want to know how pro-abortion Democrats read the lay of the political landscape, don’t read their fundraisers, read the work of what amounts to their in-house publicists, the major media, particularly the Washington Post. To state the obvious, the Post loathes President Trump and has done everything in its considerable …

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WashPost: True–US 1 of Only 7 Countries With Elective Abortions Past 20 Weeks

By Katie Yoder The pro-life movement is correct in saying most countries restrict abortion more than the United States. Even The Washington Post admits it. On Monday, the Post investigated “Is the United States one of seven countries that ‘allow elective abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy?’” While fact checker Michelle Ye Hee Lee initially …

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Panic! CBS, Washington Post Freak Over ‘Right,’ ‘Far-Right’ Gorsuch

By Scott Whitlock Editor’s note. This is excerpted from a post at Newsbusters. Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch is “to the right,” the “far right.” CBS and The Washington Post on Wednesday conducted a collective freak out over the possibility that the new judge really is in the mold of the late Antonin Scalia. The two …

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WashPost Bizarrely Claims Partisan Tilt ‘Mostly Unheard Of In Broadcast TV’

By Tim Graham The Washington Post sounded the bias alarm on the front page of Tuesday’s paper. Sinclair is buying some powerful local TV stations from Tribune, “raising questions about content.” Reporter Todd C. Frankel worried “The deal also has energized long-running speculation that the quiet company has ambitions to be the broadcast world’s Fox …

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Another misleading, incomplete WaPo analysis of a new poll

By Dave Andrusko We’ve posted a couple of stories about the bogus allegation that pro-life President Trump’s base has or is in the process of “deserting” him. The impetus for the idea was an anecdote-filled story by the New York Times which drew preposterously overblown conclusions from a very limited sample. The Washington Post’s Dan …

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WaPo Factchecker gives latest pro-abortion assertion “Four Pinocchios” for telling whoppers

By Dave Andrusko You may remember that last October we posted on a verdict by Washington Post FactChecker Michelle Ye Hee Lee to give “Two Pinocchios” to the assertion that “one in three’ women will have an abortion by age 45.” Two Pinocchios” in the Post’s rating system means the claim involves “significant omissions and/or …

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Twice in one week, the Washington Post actually treats the presidential campaigners (and pro-lifers) fairly

By Dave Andrusko What is the explanation? A guilty conscience? A residual commitment to “fairness” (however inadequately applied)? A student intern who didn’t get the message that no pro-lifer should ever be allowed to speak in her/his own voice? For the second time in a week, the Washington Post has posted a video that does …

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Unimaginable as it may seem, Cecile Richards finds fault with latest Washington Post puff piece

By Dave Andrusko I know, I know I do often express bewilderment at what comes out of the mouths of the narcissistic Abortion Establishment. It’s not as if they come from Venus and the rest of us from Mars. We are so far apart it’s more like we live on Planet Earth and they reside …

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How can it be? Washington Post and the NY Times both have front-page photos of pro-lifers?

By Dave Andrusko I did not see Thursday’s New York Times until later in the day but I did see and read the Washington Post’s account of the oral arguments before the Supreme Court in Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt, the challenge to Texas’s pro-life law, HB 2, first thing. I almost choked on my …

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Washington Post editorial on Texas and abortion awash in errors and misrepresentations

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. My family will be on vacation through the end of this week. I will be posting an occasional new story, but for the most part we will be re-posting columns that ran over the last year. Many will be strictly educational while some will about remind us of notable victories …

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Pro-Abortion Myth-Making in the guise of “dismantling myths”

  By Dave Andrusko Look out whenever a newspaper tells you they are going to “fact check” or “dismantle myths.” If you read about topics you are conversant with, it’s clear that most of the time they are creating, not dispelling, myths and distortions. NOWHERE is this truer than with abortion and abortion-related topics. For …

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