A March 31 WorldNetDaily article begins this way:
A great, great grandson of successful anti-slavery campaigner William Wilberforce is addressing the contemporary "slavery" issue, abortion.
How do they know this person is a "great, great grandson"? The article offers no objective evidence of the man's greatness. He may, in fact, be merely an OK grandson.
Looks like WND needs to hire someone with a great, great -- or even just a basic -- knowledge of grammar and punctuation.