Yes, They’re Terrified of the Catwalk

Daily Best of the Web   —   Posted on February 15, 2013

The following is an excerpt from’s “Best of the Web” written by the editor, James Taranto.

Bottom Stories of the Day

  • “Nuclear Watchdog Says No Deal Reached With Iran”–headline, New York Times website, Feb. 14
  • “Rand Paul Says He Will Decide Next Year Whether to Run for President in 2016”–headline,McClatchy Newspapers, Feb. 13
  • “European-Funded Palestinian News Agency Publishes Article Denying the Holocaust”–headline, Algemeiner, Feb. 12

Questions Nobody Is Asking
“Should NPR Start an Online Dating Site?”–headline, KQED-FM/TV website (San Francisco), Feb. 14

Yes, They’re Terrified of the Catwalk
“Do Mice Make Bad Models?”–headline,, Feb. 11

Resistance Is Futile
“Borg Says Must Accept Swedish Krona to Stay Strong for Years”–headline, Bloomberg, Feb. 28

Other Than That, the Story Was Accurate
“A picture caption on Tuesday with an article about Tunisia’s largest Islamist party, Ennahda, which has blamed the news media, secular elites and the country’s old ruling elite for the public anger and internal divisions that the party is facing, misstated the purpose of a demonstration last week in Tunis. It was in support of Ennahda, not against it.”–New York Times, Feb. 14

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