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07/24/2006

Putting the world in perspective with 'WorldNet'

by Jeremy Hooper

From ultra-conservative news source WorldNetDaily, their current "above the banner" top story followed by their "below the banner," one would assume to be less important second story:

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Because in case you didn't know, a story on Carson Kressley's cracking of gay-themed jokes during the Miss Universe pageant is more deserving of prominence than is coverage of what could be the beginnings of World War 3. It's Journalism 101, folks.

Be sure to check back for later WorldNet updates, where we hear "Gay allowed to do something gay" will trump their exclusive "Cure for cancer discovered" story.

NBC struts 'gay' jokes all over Miss Universe [WND]

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