The Washington Post’s Obituaries Are Friendlier to Terrorists Than Conservatives

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It’s amaz­ing how nuanced obit­u­ar­ies can be for fig­ures that lib­er­al media types appre­ci­ate. The por­trait is always com­pli­cat­ed. But less so when it’s a con­ser­v­a­tive. Con­ser­v­a­tive radio star Rush Lim­baugh passed away this week and The New York Times slammed him with an obit about “hate,” “mis­trust” and griev­ances.” The online ver­sion fea­tured a sub-head­line slim­ing him as “push­ing talk radio to the right with misog­y­nis­tic and racist lan­guage and con­spir­a­cy theories.”

When con­ser­v­a­tive Supreme Court icon Antonin Scalia died, here’s the dour, neg­a­tive head­line from the Feb­ru­ary 14, 2016 print Wash­ing­ton Post:

As I won­dered at the …


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