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On the Anniversary of Michael Brown’s Death The Washington Post Does its Best to Raise Tensions and Help The Democrat Cause

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The Washington Post does its part to continue the collapse in race relations in the United States… and in the process diverts attention from the real issues facing Americans of all stripes such as an anemic economy, a disastrous Iran deal and a feckless administration that can’t seem to do anything right. On Sunday the… Read more »

Adventures in left wing media racism

Adventures in left wing media racism

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Erik Wemple stretched credulity to the breaking point not long ago trying to dismiss the right noticing how George Zimmerman’s ethnicity was described. Why did New York Times call George Zimmerman ‘white Hispanic’? Q.E.D.: Use of the term in the New York Times archives is rare. Phil Corbett, the paper’s standards editor, concedes that “white… Read more »


Romney and WaPo see the Olympics the same way. Guess who’s the dumb one? [Reader Post]

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The Washington Post had this story as its lede last night:

Mitt Romney tries to steer around Olympics controversy in London meetings

LONDON — Thursday was supposed to be the easy day, when Mitt Romney would audition as a world leader here by talking about his shared values with the heads of the United States’ friendliest ally.


Say What? July 9th, 2012 Edition [Reader Post]

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AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka: “Let’s call this right-wing ‘freedom’ catch phrase what it really is: a grossly political strategy to dupe the public, which holds the word ‘freedom’ as something sacred.” He further warned that people might opt out of social security, out of a union or out of paying union dues.


Say What? June 24th, 2012 Edition [Reader Post]

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Democrat Jan Schakowsky: “Republicans now have gone from this rooting against the economy to outright sabotage of the economy.”

MSNBC‘s Chris Hayes: “What are the things we should be doing if we waved a magic wand, made Paul Krugman dictator for a period of time?”  The liberal crowd cheered.


Say What? June 18, 2012 Edition [Reader Post]

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New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who recently banned larger than 16 oz. sodas in New York City: “if government’s purpose isn’t to improve the health and longevity of its citizens, I don’t know what its purpose is.”  Classify this under, “I earned my nickname, Nanny Bloomberg.”


Say What? May 1, 2012 Edition

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George Will: “We have a president who believes, because he says so, that ATMs and airport ticket kiosks cause unemployment. So that gives you some sense of his grasp of how the economy works.“

George Will: “Mr. Obama, the night he clinched the nomination, said this will be the moment when the rise of the seas stop. Well, if he can stop the seas from rising, why can’t he bring down the gas prices?”


Say What? February 28th, 2012 Edition [Reader Post]

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President Barack Obama: “We’ve gone through three of the toughest years this country has gone through in my lifetime.”

Rush Limbaugh: “The Democrats don’t have one thing they can run on. There’s not one aspect of Obama’s first term that they can say, ‘If you want four more years of this, vote for us.’ They have to create fear, hatred, loathing, impugn the character, all that, of Republicans — and that’s what they do.”


Say What? February 19, 2012 Edition (a lot of quotes this week) [Reader Post]

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Democratic chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz: “[Contraception costs] about $700 a year. That’s real money.”

Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius: “[Free contraception] is a no-cost benefit, that…actually is a cost reducer.”

Rush Limbaugh: “We need a morning-after pill for presidential elections.”


A Huge “Say What?” January 8, 2012 edition [Reader Post]

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President Barack Obama: “We’ve already seen change take pace.  2012 is about reminding the American people how far we’ve traveled.”

DNC Chief Wasserman Schultz: “Frankly, the collection of Republicans that are running for president really are pretty unremarkable. They all embrace extremism and embrace the Tea Party.”