So a man and his wife have some kind of falling out…
Breitbart.tv ACORN exposé illustrates potency of new conservative media revolution.
No need for me to leave out the other two media objects of my occasional denunciation in the Climategate story. George Soros's organizational daughter-in-law, Washington Post reporter Juliet Eilperin, apparently was instructed by her editor to come up with copy superficially sufficient to fill a 472-word space on page A14.
My friend Quin is right as far as the way I phrased my blog post late yesterday: Juliet Eilperin is not a joke. She is a human being created in God's image, and I should know better, and for that I apologize to Ms. Eilperin.
Yet another template-follower from the Society of Environmentalist Journalists -- this time the Washington Post's Juiiet Eilperin -- today delivered her latest advocacy piece for the Red/Green cause.
Howard Kurtz this morning surveys the broadcast news networks about "Saturation Sunday," also known as President Obama's media blitz on the television news talk shows yesterday.
What do you expect, with the Helen Thomas of science reporting on the story?
Two of the Washington Post's hotshot political reporters had a little fun with a video camera, posted the results on the newspaper's Web site, and got promptly shut down.
The Gray Lady's animus toward religious conservatives who try to defend themselves.
Or, how you could become the next Ross Parker Brooks.