Washington Post Ombudsman, part II: Froomkin Departs, Leaving Angry Loyalists And Questions (“Institutionally, The Post is now responding by circling the wagons … when I was able to start querying editors yesterday, a wall of silence was erected.”)
And don't miss the readers' comments….
- Brad DeLong, Washington Post Andy Alexander Says that It Is Dan Froomkin's Fault that Fred Hiatt and Company Fired Him
- Chris Weigant, HuffPo, Friday Talking Points  — Dan Froomkin's Final WashingtonPost.com Column
- Marcy Wheeler, Firedoglake, The WaPo’s Omerta on Froomkin
- Matthew Yglesias, Think Progress, Will The Washington Post Survive?
- Bob Somerby, The Daily Howler (scroll down)
- Kevin Jon Heller, Opinio Juris, Froomkin, Lord Carlile, and US Political Journalism
Gonna be interesting to see where he lands. ‘Where’ not being singular, perhaps.
Dare I suggest that this is doing wonders for his career prospects?
Not that they were shabby before.
He got canned because they caught on that he was immune to Obama’s magic ferry dust.
‘They’ being the liberal half-socialists who run the WaPo.