Important Correction: In our rush to publish our refutation of Churchill's claim that Evan Connell's book, Son of the Morning Star, supported his argument that the Army intentionally infected Mandan Indians with smallpox, we honestly did not recall that the Rocky Mountain News' Kevin Vaughan already covered that very subject to perfection. We apologize for the oversight; it was unintentional
The Denver Post reports on what has become the Churchill version of the dog-bites-man story
Ward Churchill says his comments about "fragging" and conscientious objectors were taken out of context
(and the Denver Post even provides attribution and a link to PB! Gracias, DP!)
Trey Jackson has video from last night's O'Reilly Factor of Churchill's now infamous "frag line officers" speech (is anything Churchill says not infamous anymore?) confirming what we've been saying since Sunday
... and Gunny Bob of KOA News Radio calls O'Reilly on claiming "exclusive audio tape" of Churchill's speech, noting accurately that PirateBallerina broke the story. Thanks, Gunny!
On her Squishy! blog, our associate Dianna Deeley takes an interesting look at Ward Churchill by comparing him to another fraud, Micah Wright
Denial: It's Not Just a River in Egypt