Saturday, August 30, 2014

David Codrea: Lawsuit faults Gander Mountain for failure to read minds

David Codrea hits another one out of the park with this article.   I thought the NYTs could not drop its credibility about guns and gun laws much lower.  But with the editorial that David writes about, they succeed.

"Will a Gun Retailer Get Away With Negligence?" Teresa Tritch of The New York Times asks.

That headline is significant for two reasons: First, because it very publicly presumes a defendant in a contested civil lawsuit is guilty of negligence. By all standards of objective journalism, even suspected murderers everyone "knows" are guilty are referred to as "alleged" killers until verdicts are rendered. Second, because Tritch is a 10-year member of The Times' editorial board, writing her piece for "Taking Note," the paper's "editorial page editor's blog."

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