Monday, December 03, 2007

Most Unreliable Lebanon Correspondent Since The Human League

Several (that is to say, two) corporate media outlets have now mentioned the fraudulent reporting of W. Tommy Smith in the online pages of National Review. Amazingly, they have not seen fit to mention the magazine's racist defense of their correspondent, spewed by Kathryn J. Lopez:

As one of our sources put it: "The Arab tendency to lie and exaggerate about enemies is alive and well among pro-American Lebanese Christians as much as it is with the likes of Hamas."

Dog bites man, I guess.

But when did Marty Peretz become a source for National Review?


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