That headline is not hyperbole -- that's the unavoidable conclusion of a March 18 WorldNetDaily article. It noted that Idaho college professor Jessica Bryan, who "defended saying 'anyone who's ever voted Republican' should be executed by noting she delivered her opinion to students 'with a smile' " is "reportedly the target of e-mail death threats and offensive comments from people across the country." The article stated that the Spokesman-Review newspaper "referenced WND's earlier coverage of Bryan's statements and noted WND included the teacher's e-mail address, which was publicly available on the college's website."
I think we can put two and two together: WND publicized Bryan's email address; Bryan started receiving death threats; therefore, those death threats are coming from people who have read the WND article. Further, the article doesn't quote any WND officials denying such a link or criticizing the newspaper for making the implication.
Of course, this is a silly non-issue: After all, WND prints columns by Ann Coulter, who has advocated poisoning a Supreme Court justice and blowing up the New York Times building -- also, purportedly, with a smile on her face -- and WND hasn't seemed too bothered by that. That professor is just following in Coulter's footsteps. Where's the problem?