There's a kerfluffle bubbling in Washington. August feathers have been ruffled with publication of Yours in Truth by the authorized biographer of Benjamin C. Bradlee, former executive editor of the Washington Post. There's a price you pay when you "follow your nose" and tell the truth.
What The Washington Post does isn't journalism. It's propaganda dressed up in a newspaper outfit, going door to door to its subscribers and shouting "Trick or Treat!" Problem is, we keep getting the trick instead of the treat.
Why is it that Americans only see Republicans' true colors when their results are catastrophic, as in the case of the unending wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and the financial crises of the last couple of years?