For example, there is this:
WARD CHURCHILL says he's not an Indian. "Churchill did address the issue of his ethnicity, admitting that he is not Native American. . . . 'Let's cut to the chase; I am not,' he said."
Of course, it turns out -- as the original source notes -- the quote is completely and utterly false.
And how is it corrected by Reynolds, after the "heh"?
WARD CHURCHILL MISQUOTED? This report from the Denver Post says so, and that he didn't actually admit that he's not Indian. As I noted below, I got an email from a journalist working on the story who raised that possibility last night.
UPDATE: Here's the Honolulu Star-Bulletin's correction. Churchill's claims about the Keetoowah band's policies seem inconsistent with what I've read elsewhere, but no doubt those who are following this story more closely than I am will get to the bottom of that.
That's a correction without a correction.
Of course, Academic Freedom me but not for thee should be spread across Instapundit's masthead.
For example, he can always, I guess, wave the black shirt:
I'm sure that somebody could catalog a whole series of statements arguably as bad as Churchill's at that site.