Washington D.C., May 12, 2013 / 15:11 pm
The leader of a conservative think-tank is calling for more balanced abortion coverage from the Washington Post after the paper's publisher reportedly said that its production team members "do make mistakes."
At a meeting of shareholders in The Washington Post Company May 9, David Almasi, executive director of the National Center for Public Policy Research, argued that the paper's biased coverage of the March for Life could be contributing to its financial woes.
"In January, as almost every year, the March for Life got a tiny little story in the Metro section," Almasi told CNA on May 10.
"That's bad enough, but then the next day, there was a rally of under 1,000 people, by the Post's own reporting, for gun control, and they gave it almost the same length of coverage."