Your laugh of the day, courtesy of WorldNetDaily editor Joseph Farah's March 28 column:
Well, it just so happens that I did spend 30 years working in the old newspaper business when the standards of writing, reporting and accuracy were somewhat higher than they are today. In fact, I ran some of those great old papers – some of them substantially bigger than the Boston Herald, by the way.
I've tried to bring those old-fashioned standards and practices to the New Media. In fact, I think I'm alone in having done that. (Maybe someone could straighten me out if I'm unfairly overlooking worthy competition.)
You mean such "old-fashioned standards and practices" as plagiarism, false claims and unfair reporting?
As for "worthy competition" in those departments that Farah might be "unfairly overlooking," Ben Domenech comes immediately to mind.