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'Cuda Shoots! She Scores! Sarah Palin Calls Out The Washington Post

From the moment she was chosen by the Republican Party to be John McCain’s Vice-Presidential Running Mate in the Presidential Election of 2008, Sarah Palin has faced a relentless firestorm of scrutiny and personal attacks from the Liberal Main Stream Media. 1,608 more words


Humanitarian ceasefire shows the extend of the massacre

Survivors of the Shujaiyya massacre tried to go back to their houses during the humanitarian ceasefire to check what was left, but some could not even find their location… 93 more words


The Washington Post: Federal undercover investigation signs up fake applicants for ACA coverage, subsidies

By Amy Goldstein

In undercover tests of the new federal health insurance marketplace, government investigators have been able to procure health plans and federal subsidies for fake applicants with fictitious documents, according to findings that will be disclosed to lawmakers Wednesday. 137 more words


Iran: 4 Journalists Detained - Includes 3 Americans - One A Reporter For Washington Post

Three Americans, including a reporter for The Washington Post, appear to have been detained in Iran, the newspaper and the Committee to Protect Journalists said Thursday. 153 more words

Middle East

Reporter Among 3 Americans Believed Held by Iran

WASHINGTON — Three Americans, including a reporter for The Washington Post, appear to have been detained in Iran.

Post foreign editor Douglas Jehl said Thursday that the newspaper has received credible reports that Jason Rezaian, his Iranian wife and two freelance photojournalists were detained Tuesday evening in Tehran. 96 more words


It’s not just about the Malaysian flight. #Russians are living in an alternate reality.

The plane crashed in eastern Ukraine, not the “Donetsk People’s Republic.” (AP Photo/Vadim Ghirda)

MOSCOW—Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 has already shined a spotlight on the Russian public’s somewhat, … 817 more words


New Media Update

Two stories I’ve read in the past few days give interesting indications of where new media may be headed. One of them, by Tom Schreier and published a few days ago on… 935 more words