Why the Media Lacks Credibility
In an article on ideology and grading in universities, Kaitlin Bell of the Boston Globe writes the following:
Earlier this year, Hamilton College in Clinton, N.Y., reneged on a speaking invitation to University of Colorado professor Ward Churchill because he had published an article blaming America for the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks and comparing the victims to Nazis. The University of Colorado fired Churchill for his comments.
Uh, no, they didn’t. Do newspapers have copy editors, proofreaders, and section editors anymore? Shouldn’t reporters know something about the topic they purport to cover?
The entire column can be found here.