Bryan Fischer Award Nominee: Joseph Farah

The Bryan Fischer Award is given to those who display are incredibly oblivious to their own contradictions and accuse their opponents of their own worst traits. And for Joseph Farah to write a column entitled “How journalist lost its way” is enough to destroy every irony meter in the solar system. This from the guy whose outlet just the other day took an article in Politico entitled “President Obama blogs in favor of the Employment Non-Discrimination Act” and retitled it “Obama blogs in favor of sexual perversion.” Joseph Farah pretending to be an advocate for good journalism is like Chris Brown opening a charm school.

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  • Crip Dyke, Right Reverend Feminist FuckToy of Death & Her Handmaiden

    :shockhorrorsurpirse: Peter Pan! Did you just admonish me to grow up? :shockhorrorsurprise:

  • freehand

    Right in the middle of his column is an advertisement:

    For a limited time, WND is making “Stop the Presses! The Inside Story of the New Media Revolution” available for the giveaway price of 99 cents as a way to educating the public about how the free press has betrayed its responsibility to a free society. This offer will end soon. Feel free to buy as multiple copies to distribute to your friends in and out of the media.

    Buy several! Buy buy buy!

    He’s not only a superstitious, hateful, hypocritical bully of a wax-faced golem, he’s greedy too.

    What a despicable little toad.

  • Ichthyic

    “How journalist lost its way”

    typo.