03/28/2008 02:45 am ET Updated May 25, 2011

Solomon To Replace Pruden At Washington Times

The Drudge Report is reporting that the Washington Times' search for a suitable replacement for segregation-enthusiast Wesley Pruden is over. Reporter John Solomon, who will bring his year-long stint at the Washington Post to an end, will join the Times' newsroom as the paper's new executive editor.

Solomon, who worked for the Associated Press before he blew through the Post like a hot case of influenza, will find a happy home at the Times where his aptitude for torturing context to fit his agenda will finally have a tortured context of its own. In recent weeks at the Post, Solomon's ineptness has included the inability to read sources, calendars, and his own paper's reporting. That's the trifecta, baby.

Anyway, we wish Solomon continued...uhm, "success" at the Washington Times, where he may at last find a happy home for his liveblog of every single haircut John Edwards ever receives.