Winston Churchill once remarked that an occasional breakfast of one’s own words is part of a healthy diet. Well, it’s breakfast time for me.
Stuart Levine was right, and I was wrong, about whether waivers of journalistic privilege would work. I still think I told a plausible story about why they wouldn’t, and Eugene Volokh independently reached the same conclusion.
But it turns out waivers did work.
(The good news: I only allow myself one big error per year, so from now through December you may consider me infallible.)