Time magazine moved quickly to suspend columnist Fareed Zakaria for one month after he apologized Friday for lifting material from a New Yorker essay.
At least the man has the sense to realize his own thoughts are worthless, and that other people are far better at finding their own buttocks with both hands and a GPS signal.
It's a start for Mr. Zakaria.
UPDATE: Now for some stomping:
Such, then, is the sorry state of American journalistic standards. Borrow a line or two from the New Yorker and it’s a major punishable offense. Repeatedly serve up the flawed left-wing conventional wisdom on taxes, spending, and the Middle East, and get rewarded with your own television show and a Harvard honorary degree.
I think my summary is more pithy.