Poor Boydot

The Trunk and I both missed this because we were out of town yesterday (I was returning from the RNC and the Trunk is attending the American Political Science Association meeting in Chicago), but reader Peter Swanson points out that yesterday’s Minneapolis Star Tribune included this correction:

An Aug. 29 column by Jim Boyd referred mistakenly to a previous commentary by former U.S. Sen. Rudy Boschwitz, saying that Boschwitz had taken on former counterterrorism expert Richard Clarke. In fact, Boschwitz wrote about former national security adviser Sandy Berger.

Of course, there was much more in Boyd’s column that should have been corrected, and the Strib ran this bland correction instead of printing Rudy’s much more revealing letter to them, but still: the humiliation continues.

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