In Case It Wasn’t Already Obvious, Mistah Kurtz Shows Yet Again He Hews Rightward

By: Monday February 4, 2013 12:15 pm

It’s been common knowledge for years that the Washington Post, the House the Graham and Bradlee Built, has long since descended into neocon cesspittery with the rise of Fred Hiatt and the exile of Dan Froomkin. What’s not quite common knowledge is how it got there.

Daily Beast’s Tina Brown Untroubled as WaPo by Howie Kurtz’s CNN Conflict

By: Wednesday October 6, 2010 4:40 pm

Those who observe American media, and observe what passes for Legacy Media’s “criticism” of our American media, have long been irritated by the Washington Post’s declaration that Howard Kurtz’s disclosure of his CNN role (host of “Reliable Sources” and media critic) satisfies WaPo readers that he has no conflict between his CNN role and his WaPo role, even when writing about CNN. Moved up the Versailles foodchain to Washington Bureau Chief (of the Daily Beast, but still….) Howie will retain his CNN Sunday hosting role.

Rachel Maddow Shows “Media Critic” Kurtz How Fox News Operates

By: Thursday July 22, 2010 3:07 pm

Rachel Maddow performed another fine public service last night by connecting the dots on the various Fox News stories designed to convince white people to be afraid of blacks and minorities.

Sunday Late Night: Son of Erick Grows Up!

By: Sunday March 28, 2010 8:01 pm

This is the level of violent and unapologetic discourse CNN has decided to bring into its public square and hand its million-dollar megaphone. John King’s USA is clearly not mine. Is it yours?

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