Erring on the side of slander

Andrew Sullivan points out that “a summary of [National Public Radio’s] corrections about the Middle East in the past two years finds something remarkable for being unremarkable. All but one correction rebutted a slander against the Jews or the Jewish state. Hmmm.” Sullivan picked this up from the Acharit HaYamim blog, which links to NPR’s corrections on all subjects over the past two years.

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