The Washington Gadfly
New York Times Girls Gone Wild

Hymie-American journalist Evan Gahr and the love child he sired with Jill Abramson after a romantic evening at "The Passion."

The two first met on a blind date at the Hellen Keller Society annual dinner, at the suggestion of Paul Weyrich, who told Mr. Gahr that "You and Jill have much in common. You both went to private schools, you both are investigative reporters, and you both killed my savior."

Pretending to be a dog for his sister's toddler, BeccaChimp, Evan Gahr gobbles down pizza like a dog might (not much acting required for those familiar with his table matters might claim).

"It's a good picture of you, except that you look like a slob. But your face came out good."
--Herbert M. Gahr, MD

"Maybe Jill can use this for a man bites pizza story."
--Evan Gahr



Evan Gahr, King of All Animals for Chimpstein.com, previously broke the House Bank story (stolen by Roll Call), the story that Hillary Clinton had helped fund PLO front groups, and the Paul Weyrich story

Most recently, Mr. Gahr's series of investigative reports for JewishWorldReview.com about religious conservatives collusion with reputed terrorist-friendly Muslim groups to oppose gay marriage, sparked a nationwide outcry, was picked up by, among other major media outlets, the Washington Post, the Washington Times, the Forward, AndrewSullivan.com  and the Washington Blade, and led to the "withdrawal" of the controversial Muslim group from the Alliance for Marriage's coalition.

Many of his recent pieces--for the Washington Post, Washington Times, the American Spectator, the Women's Quarterly, the American Enterprise Magazine, are archived at jewishworldreview.com

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   Evan Gahr EvanGahr@aol.com, a former press critic for the late New York Post editorial page editor Eric Breindel, recently broke the story of a race discrimination lawsuit against the Washington Post. He has written for almost every major conservative publication.