Bob Barr said this morning that he got something wrong in today’s story in The American Spectator. Arriving at Americans for Tax Reform’s Wednesday morning meeting, Barr said that he attended USC from 1966 to 1970, rather than from 1965 to 1969. And while he was briefly a member of Young Democrats, he was not active in protests against the Vietnam War. The erroneous information came from a 1987 profile of Barr in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, proving (yet again) that you can’t trust the media.
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