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Washington Times Shakeup

Why the Reported Sale of the Moonies Washington Times for $1 Requires Greater Scrutiny!

Steven Hassan | Posted 05.25.2011 | Media
Steven Hassan

Over the years, Sun Myung Moon has built an enormous multinational business conglomerate, announced he was the Messiah, and crowned himself the "King of Peace" on Capitol Hill. All largely unnoticed by the American public.

Jason Linkins

Washington Times Reporter Fired For Speaking Out About Newsroom Conditions | Jason Linkins | Posted 05.25.2011 | Media

Duin's sin, however, was to tell the Washington Post's Ian Shapira that the Times newsroom has basically succumbed to a terrifyingly Hobbesean level of disarray.

Jason Linkins

Washington Times Beefs Up Security As Internal Turmoil Continues [UPDATE] | Jason Linkins | Posted 05.25.2011 | Media

Things are getting downright weird over at the Washington Times. Armed guards are popping up all over the newsroom, as the paper prepares for the Rapture, or something.

Jason Linkins

Washington Times Depends On $40M Subsidy From Unification Church, Says Ex-Editor | Jason Linkins | Posted 05.25.2011 | Media

The Washington Times is going through its own version of a 2012 disaster. Firings! Recriminations! All of this is happening as the family of owner Sun Myung Moon stages its own bizarre version of King Lear.

Jason Linkins

Washington Times Turmoil Continues Amid Resignations, Uncertainty, And Panic | Jason Linkins | Posted 05.25.2011 | Media

So, here's what's going on at your Washington Times. Confusion! Panic! Resignations! Clampdowns! This week, The Politico is not the most terrifying ...