It’s amazing to me that when a (pretty inflammatory) article in The New York Times turns out to have been based on exaggerations and outright falsehoods, the Times doesn’t amend the electronic version of the article with any kind of note to that effect. (You know, something like: “The article you’re about to read might make your blood boil, but before you let it get to that point, you should know that it’s all a bunch of made-up horseshit.”) How hard can this be?