I feel like having a smoke, Joe. Do you feel like one, too?
When puppies are excited, sometimes they will try to hump your leg. Apparently, journalists do the same thing. https://t.co/801XjIp96q
— Ted Cruz (@tedcruz) September 5, 2020
NBCNews reports, “Michael Avenatti guilty on all counts in Nike extortion case.”
Disgraced lawyer Michael Avenatti, who rose to fame representing porn star Stormy Daniels in lawsuits against President Donald Trump, was found guilty Friday of trying to extort up to $25 million from Nike.
The jury’s decision in U.S. District Court in Manhattan came after a three-week trial for the California lawyer, who faces a statutory maximum of 42 years in prison when he is sentenced in June.
Watch as “The Media” Dubs Michael Avenatti ‘Savior of the Republic’.
You, too, can be a ‘Yellow Journalist.’
The Columbia Journalism Review reported, “Correction as Weapon: Self-Inflicted Wounds.”
Can you tell what’s going on in this 2001 correction/apology published by the Ottawa Citizen?
The Ottawa Citizen and Southam News wish to apologize for our apology to Mark Steyn, published Oct. 22. In correcting the incorrect statements about Mr. Steyn published Oct. 15, we incorrectly published the incorrect correction. We accept and regret that our initial regrets were unacceptable and we apologize to Mr. Steyn for any distress caused b our previous apology.
I feel the offering deserves consideration as one of the top ten corrections of all time. Admittedly, though, it belongs at the bottom end of the list, due to the fact that it doesn’t actually tell you what the incorrect correction got wrong, or why the paper needed to apologize for its apology.