Let us have a moment of silence in honor of the late journalism standards of The Washington Post company. They died last week, a victim of Palin Derangement Syndrome.
First came Newsweek’s cover of Palin in running shorts, over a headline of “How do you solve a problem like Sarah?” and a snide kicker that “she’s bad news for the GOP–and everybody else too.”
Beyond the obvious partisanship, many women, Palin included, found the cover sexist and an attempt to demean her with the bimbo treatment.
There might also be legal fallout. Newsweek, owned by The Post, had no right to use the photo, according to Runner’s World magazine, which commissioned it.
The company’s flagship paper also embarrassed itself. It published dueling reviews of Palin’s book “Going Rogue,” with snarky blogger Ana Marie Cox making an astounding confession in her review:
Read More: by Michael Goodwin, FOXNews
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