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For Washington, DC Sports, 2013 Was a Bust

Great read from Mike Wise at The Washington Post wrapping the year in review for pro sports in Washington, D.C. Click this link to read it. (H/T Pat)

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Jeff Bezos Aims For ‘Golden Era’ at the Washington Post

ICYMI, there was a decent profile in today’s Washington Post of Jeff Bezos and his recent acquisition of the newspaper. I thought of two ideas for Mr. Bezos.

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Breaking: The Washington Post to be Sold to Amazon.com Founder Jeff Bezos

IMHO, given the news on circulation declines for the Post, this is a very good deal for the newspaper. Via The Washington Post The Washington Post Co. has agreed to sell its flagship newspaper to Amazon.com founder and chief executive Jeffrey P. Bezos, ending the Graham family’s stewardship of one of America’s leading news organizations […]

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All Hail Armageddon!

Great piece by Charles Krauthammer in today’s Washington Post titled ‘Hail Armageddon’ on the sequester taking effect in Washington, D.C. Related articles Hail Armageddon (nationalreview.com) Krauthammer’s Take: Sequester ‘Most Ridiculously Hyped Armageddon Since the Mayan Calendar’ (nationalreview.com) Krauthammer: Here’s How Republicans Can Win the Argument Over “Sequestration” (townhall.com)

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Post Columnist Blames RGIII’s Injury, Redskins Loss On ‘Bad Karma’

I can’t believe I am saying this but, I agree with Courtland Milloy at the Washington Post. It is time to change the Redskins name and logo.

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Washington Post Scrubs Positive Reader Reviews of ‘Hating Breitbart’ Movie

This is utterly shameful behavior by the Washington Post. Jim Hoft at Gateway Pundit explains.

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Robert Griffin III concussion is Redskins’ — and their fans’ — nightmare

Great read from Mike Wise at The Washington Post on how RGIII must learn to take better care of himself on the field. Otherwise, the nightmare scenario that occurred on Sunday will happen again.

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