Who's on the WP Editorial Board?
After two scathing editorials about Bernie maybe it's time we figure exactly who these people are.
Here you go:
Several media commentators have expressed the view that The Post's editorial position under Hiatt has moved towards a neoconservative position on foreign policy issues. Human rights attorney Scott Horton in a blog post for Harper's Magazine, writes that Hiatt has presided over a "clear trend" towards neoconservative columnists. Jamison Foser, a senior fellow at the progressive media watchdog group Media Matters for America, has said that The Post's editorial stance under Hiatt is now neoconservative on foreign affairs and is no longer liberal on many domestic issues. News anchor and political commentator Chris Matthews stated on his program Hardball that The Post is "not the liberal newspaper it was", but has become a "neocon newspaper".
As an editor and columnist, Diehl advocated the 2003 invasion of Iraq, and the Post's early tenor of approval for the war has been attributed to his influence.
Will you ever run for president again? Yes or no, Curry asked.
No, said Clinton, according to the account by the Posts Anne E. Kornblut.
Part of the excitement of last years presidential contest was the possibility of a woman being elected president. I suspect that women like me -- baby boomers approaching 60 -- felt it more keenly; it was something we wished for but never really saw as doable. Clinton -- who has made a career out of confounding expectations (as evidenced by the litany of the positions she has held) -- changed all that. It was easy to imagine her president; if you've any doubt, just ask her enemies.
Regularly works with the Center for American Progress, which was founded by Clinton's campaign chairman. Also was a speechwriter for Michael Bloomberg.
Has a history of trashing Bernie:
Has a long history of trying to defend Wall St:
I'd like to congratulate Bernie on not getting those people's praise.
In 2013, longtime owners the Graham family sold the newspaper to Jeff Bezos for US$250 million in cash. The newspaper is owned by Nash Holdings LLC, a holding company Bezos created for the acquisition.
While SOS Clinton was in charge of choosing Jeff's Kindle as part of some global education Yada Yada... The contract was worth over 15m.
... that Bill Clinton signed in to law under his watch that helped give us a BOUGHT media run by only a few large companies instead of the diverse "free press" that our founding fathers wanted in our constitution.