Corrections Loop

You gotta love a correction correcting faulty information on a story about a guy who may have presented faulty information:

    A June 13 article on Karl Zinsmeister, the new White House domestic policy adviser, incorrectly said it was the Center for American Progress that originally questioned whether his resume properly described his past role at the magazine of the American Enterprise Institute. Greg Sargent first raised the issue on his blog, the Horse’s Mouth, which is hosted by the American Prospect, a liberal magazine.