The Washington Post is a left-wing newspaper, so I’m never surprised to find examples of biased reporting.
Last month, for instance, I made fun of the Post for asserting that Germany was “fiscally conservative.”
I also mocked the Post last March, when a reporter hysterically claimed that a proposal to trim $6 billion from a $3,600 billion budget would “slash” government.
Today, I want to analyze a column by Jonathan Alter.
Entitled “Five Myths about Barack Obama,” it’s in the opinion section, where people are supposed to present a point of view.
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