It would seem that Progressives and facts only cross paths accidentally. Power Line has this exchange between the evil Koch Company’s Director of Corporate Communication for Koch Companies Public Sector, LLC, Melissa Cohlmia and The New Yorker‘s Deputy Editor, Pamela Maffei McCarthy. It’s a long-ish post, but it’s well worth the read.
In summary, though, The New Yorker seems incapable of recognizing a fact, even when confronted with one in short, simple words. Moreover, while pretending to be willing to correct another error, The New Yorker openly refuses to do so, unless the victim of their error supplies other facts to satisfy the magazine’s disinegenuous fishing expedition.
I have to wonder why anyone would waste the money on a The New Yorker subscription.