Monday, April 15, 2019

Don't Be Jealous: Kansas City Star Social Justice Journalism Might Win Pulitzer

Journalism honors for the news lady in in town . . .

Judges said Henneberger revealed, “in spare and courageous writing, institutional sexism and misogyny within her hometown NFL team, her former governor’s office and the Catholic Church.”

Take a look at the back pat . . .

The Star's Melinda Henneberger named Pulitzer Prize finalist | The Kansas City Star

The Star's Melinda Henneberger earned one of journalism's most prestigious honors Monday when she was named a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for commentary. Henneberger, a member of the Star's editorial board since January 2017, was recognized for a collection of columns.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Vomit.

Anonymous said...

Virtue signaling for fun and profit. Play the game, win a prize.

Anonymous said...

Barf

Anonymous said...

Pulitzer?

Are you fucking me in the ass?

Anonymous said...

Walter Duranty, Janet Cooke, Bilal Hussein also were winners. She'll fit right in, especially with Duranty.

Anonymous said...

Tony Messenger is 100 times more interesting and witty.
His style is much more in line with Mike Royko than Melissa... if you look at readership numbers.. Melissa is boring, uninteresting, not funny or witty- and lacks the charisma of Messinger. Besides- Messinger did an ass-kicking number on Greitens.
Messenger’s radio is awesome as well.
The Star sucks and so does Melissa’s readership.. no contest.
If she wins it is not because of talent

Anonymous said...

Messenger is a lot more cerebral yet funny than her.
She is a vindictive bitch out to complain about everything.
She seems very mad at the world... not happy.
Fits right in with the Star editorial board.

Anonymous said...

oh well now we have to build a stadium downtown.

Anonymous said...

Does she put out? How’s her tits?

Anonymous said...

You know the Pulitzer Prize use to mean something of significance. Then they gave one to Obama for doing nothing except being black and now this puke journalist (?) is nominated for one?
The value of nothing is still zero, and this is proof.

Anonymous said...

Journalists love giving each other awards. who cares