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Washington Post reporter fondly remembers friend and co-worker

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Emerging from behind a curtain, wearing a crisp white shirt and  burgundy tie, Al Kamen, Washington Post columnist and guest speaker was greeted onstage by a round of thunderous applause… 326 more words

Britain resigns as a world power

By Fareed Zakaria
Thursday, May 21, 2015

LONDON — On Monday, the Right Honorable David Cameron, prime minister of Great Britain, gave his first major speech after being reelected to his high office — once held by Pitt, Gladstone, Disraeli, Lloyd George, Churchill and Thatcher. 738 more words

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The Washington Post and the "Nuclear Weapons Program" That Wasn't

By Nima Shirazi | Wide Asleep in America | May 20, 2015

Back on April 27, the Washington Post updated an article about a new poll showing that, despite ongoing multilateral talks, over one-fifth of Republicans currently support a military attack on Iran.

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Where There's a Will There's a Way!

Have you seen this?!! Paul Pierce’s buzzer-beating 3-pointer wins it for the Wizards. https://youtu.be/oDg3cuFF4k4

But who is that fan who runs out into the celebratory huddle? 559 more words


Links Between Faith, Science Denial Charted

Not all religious people are anti-science. Many Christians have issues with evolution, and “end times” Christians don’t worry a lot about climate change. None of that is particularly surprising. 112 more words


Washington Post Criticized for Trying to Connect Sarah Palin with Texas Biker Shootout

Despite the fact that there is no evidence – or even rumor, for that matter – suggesting Sarah Palin was in any way involved in the shootout that left nine dead in Waco, Texas, one Washington Post author is under fire for her perceived… 85 more words


Washington Post finds it 'surprisingly hard to say' if David Letterman is a liberal, receives help

When asked by Oprah Winfrey why he apologized for his lewd sex joke targeting Sarah Palin’s 14-year-old daughter, David Letterman explained candidly that “I felt like Sarah Palin was somebody I wanted to continue to be able to make fun of and I felt like if I don’t apologize, if I don’t sincerely express my regret, I will not be able to go forward making fun of her.” 410 more words