The Corner

How Is The Washington Post Bias?

Let us count the ways the WashPost is trying to submerge its liberal panic.

1. On the OBL tape, an analysis: “Impact of Tape on Race is Uncertain.”

2. Great new economic-growth numbers pushed to front page of Business, and they supposedly “provided fodder for both” Bush and Kerry.

3. Style section leaders with suckup to “a potentially powerful force — black youth,” touting the “civic-minded tycoon of fly, Russell Simmons, and former NAACP Chairman Benjamin Chavis.” No mentions that Chavis is a whack job who got kicked out of the NAACP in a sex-harassment-payoff scandal.

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