Since we're talking about the new agitprop film called "Wal-Mart: The High Cost of a Low Price" that PARD screened last night, you should know that Fox News reporter Brit Hume interviewed Byron York of the National Review about the movie.
Mr. York has spoken with Don Hunter, the former owner of H&H Hardware in Middlefield, Ohio. H&H is portrayed in the movie as a "Mom-and-Pop" store ruthlessly destroyed by Wal-Mart. The truth is that Mr. Hunter's store closed THREE months before Wal-Mart opened and the closing of the store had NO CONNECTION with Wal-Mart. But Mr. Hunter hates Wal-Mart, so why let the facts get in the way?
Leni Riefenstahl and Sergei Eisenstein would have been proud.
For a compete list of Greenwald's over-exaggerations, goofs, and truth stretching, click here.