Writer and former "A Prairie Home Companion" host Garrison Keillor has been removed from his regular column in The Washington Post, according to a statement from the newspaper.
The newspaper's editorial page editor, Fred Hiatt, said in a statement Thursday that Keillor's firing was due to the columnist penning an article about sexual misconduct allegations facing multiple high-profile men in media without disclosing his own misconduct allegations.
"Knowing he (Keillor) was under investigation for his workplace behavior, he should not have written a column on that subject; or, if he was going to write, he should have told his editors and readers that he was under investigation," Hiatt said.
"Readers are entitled to a basic level of transparency from the columnists they read in The Washington Post. Garrison Keillor failed to meet that standard this week," he added.
Mooreâ€™s accusers have ties to drug dealers and the Washington Post. A charge by Faye Gray-cited with no fair disclosure) was used as a source with no vetting by the Compost, Gray's brother, Jimmy Wright, was arrested for distributing controlled substances in 1981. The prosecutor for the case was none other than Roy Moore. Compost retraction? Apology?
Moore has been accused, with no verification or credible physical evidence, of improper contact with several young women. Jones, on the other hand, openly admits that he is in favor of the bloody, cruel, heartless murder of millions and millions of little girls. Jones is not fit to carry slop to a hog.
Now I can see why Alabamians would be distrustful a Democrats. As John MacArthur put it,
John MacArthur said or, wrote: ...I was essentially amazed that one of the historic parties here in the United States adopted the sins of Romans 1 as their platform. This is a new day in our country. Parties which used to differ on economics now differ dramatically on issues that invade the realm of Godâ€™s law and morality. [/QUOTE}---http://tinyurl.com/l7e9sbl (Abortion and the Campaign for Immorality)
As Politico put it, Mr. Jones needs to clean up some of his moral positions if he is going to have a chance to beat a man who needs to clean up his morals!
Michael Wear wrote: ... Hereâ€™s what you need to know about Alabama: ... Evangelical voters care deeply about abortion policy, and Jonesâ€™ position on this issue could cost him the election.... he could at the very least make solid commitments around supporting adoption and pursuing partnership with pro-life groups to find common ground ways to continue our national progress reducing the abortion rate.
The Bible warns that false accusations will abound in the last days. False accusers hurt themselves as well as others. They will hate life, even before the future judgment. This sermon reveals the due process all people deserve - and is so necessary for people in leadership positions who take a stand and will be attacked by the despisers of those that are good. MUsing the Bible, as well as personal testimony, this sermon calls tale-bearers and tale-hearers to repentance!
"Judge not according to the appearance, but judge righteous judgment." John 7:24 Says the Lord Jesus Christ
And Pastor Joey can give you his personal experiences.