Another case of plagiarism by an intern, stories with fake bylines are published by numerous national newspapers and Howard gives a fictional seal of approval to HBO's fictional newscast.
Why is plagiarism so popular today? Amount of accusations are in the Internet nowadays. Plagiarism in politics, in music, in movies, in books – everywhere. It isn't hard to check text for plagiarism (via plagiarism checker Plagtracker.com, for instance), but it is much more difficult to check people's works.
Howard, why would you want to be mentioned in the same breath as Media Matters and Think Progress? And for that matter, who would want a seal of approval from such a hate-mongering partisan hack as Aaron Sorkin?
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