In it, the Post claimed Pelosi "clashed" with the military in order to get "nonstop service" when she flies home to California.
In fact, it was the Republican White House, following 9-11, that urged the Speaker of the House to fly on military planes, and it was the House of Representatives' Republican-appointed Sergeant at Arms, Bill Livingood, who requested from the military a plane that could fly Pelosi non-stop to California.
So yes, the Post falsified the key fact in its "news" article. Geoff Earle, you must be proud.
UPDATE: In the Post, Michelle Malkin also plays dumb (it's a calling) with an "Air Nancy" column, in which she forgets to inform readers that it was the Republican White House that insisted the Speaker fly on military planes.