Out There, Exhibit 62: WorldNetDaily Wants To Run Bruce Jenner's Life

Anti-gay WND columnists who despise the transgendered think they know better about Jenner than he himself does.

Related: WND's (Mostly) Anti-Gay AgendaBob Unruh's Anti-Gay Agenda

Needed At WorldNetDaily: A Vaccination Against Lies

When WND isn't falsely claiming the measles vaccine is worse than actually having the disease, it's falsely blaming illegal immigrants for the measles outbreak.

Lies And The Lying Liars Who Attack Others About Their Lies

Perhaps Media Research Center chief Brent Bozell -- who lied for years about writing his own column -- is not the person who should be calling for NBC anchor Brian Williams' resignation over a falsehood.

Envy and Spite At The MRC

Media Research Center writers' disdain for the success of the political satire of Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert sure looks a lot like jealousy.

The Super PAC That Didn't Do Anything

A super PAC endorsed by WorldNetDaily's Joseph Farah and Jerome Corsi did not donate to candidates, got the bulk of its money from WND, and spent it all on administrative expenses and fundraising.

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