Last month the liberal Washington Post op-edder Richard Cohen wrote an alarming column about an "apparent upsurge" in AIDS cases among gay males and a "super strain" of AIDS that would prove resistant to current treatment. Conservatives like Clayton Cramer pointed to Cohen's column and said: toldja so. But now Andrew Sullivan has fact-checked Cohen's ass and finds it wanting.
It's no surprise that the political-speech regulators want to reassure Internet users that censorship of political information on the Web isn't in the offing. But how convincing are the reassurances? Not too. Winfield Myers has a great analysis with lots of interesting links. (Via InstaPundit).