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The claim that Power Line failed to acknowledge the provenance of the Schiavo “GOP Talking Points” memo continues to be made even though it is demonstrably false.

Note to Wall Street Journal editors: If you’re going to quote someone making an absurd attack on a blog, you might at least publish the blog’s correct URL. (This is not the same as this.)

Update: Power Line’s Scott Johnson comments here: “It would be nice [if] the Journal would correct Ms. Cox’s cliqueish, arrogant, erroneous quote.”

John Hinderaker adds: “It’s sad to see Ana, with whom we’ve had a friendly relationship, make this misrepresentation about us. In a perverse way, though, her misrepresentation does prove her point: there are indeed bloggers who are as careless with the facts and with other people’s reputations as the mainstream media.”

Related: Getler: Post should have been “quicker and more straightforward” in clarifying Schiavo memo coverage

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• Category: Ideology • Tags: Schiavo Memo 
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