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02/07/2011

WND paints us as WMD; at this point, we can't even muster a courtesy WTF?!

by Jeremy Hooper

Faced with a journalistic responsibility to unpack debates and a guiding philosophy aimed at contributing to the national conversation in a fair manner, the editors at WorldNetDaily's Whistle Blower magazine have crafted a measured cover story on Don't Ask Don't Tell repeal and what it means for our armed forces.

Just kidding. They did this instead:

Feb 11 Wb-1
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*Interestingly, this same magazine ran a November cover story on "America's Gay Obsession." We say "interestingly," because doesn't the editorial choice to run two gay-themed covers in four months say a thing or two about who's truly obsessed here?

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