Washington Times Discovers comPost headline is 'Almost All Wrong"
Here's the link to the Washington Times that find the Post to be Knaves...hey could we have said it better ourselves.
Knaves: A Washington Post headline writer, for employing a little "fake but accurate" journalism.
Thursday's Post front-page headline, which spanned four column lengths, read: "U.S. 'Almost All Wrong' on Weapons." Here's the correction the Post ran yesterday, reprinted here since, unfortunately, corrections often go unnoticed:
"An Oct. 7 article and the lead Page One headline incorrectly attributed a quotation to Charles A. Duelfer, the chief U.S. weapons inspector in Iraq. The statement, 'We were almost all wrong,' was made by Duelfer's predecessor, David Kay, at a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing Jan. 28."
For allowing bias to cloud judgment, the Post headline writer is the Knave of the week.