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The Washington Times doesn't want its lofty reputation for journalism to be sullied by Rand Paul's plagiaristic ways, so they've halted running Paul's regular column.

Washington Times ends Sen. Rand Paul column amid plagiarism allegations

 By Jim McElhatton-The Washington Times

The newspaper and the senator mutually agreed to end his weekly column, which has appeared on each Friday in the newspaper since the summer.

“We expect our columnists to submit original work and to properly attribute material, and we appreciate that the senator and his staff have taken responsibility for an oversight in one column,” Times Editor John Solomon said.

Yet the Washington Times has no qualms about regularly featuing columns and Op-Ed by climate deniers like Steve Goreham who writes a column named Climatism: A Mad, Mad, Mad World thumbing his nose at the the Scientific Consensus on Human caused Climate Change.
Goreham wrote recently:
Clearly, the official three millimeter sea level rise number is a product of scientific “group think.”

                            Only one of these men knew they were a clown.

             

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