Write facts, not conjecture
In a recent article, the reporter wrote, "the duck hunter sparked controversy last week after he made several homophobic and racially-charged remarks in an interview published in the Janurary 2014 issue of GQ." These remarks were neither homophobic or racially-charged remarks. Mr. Robertson was answering a question that was asked of him and answered honestly about his beliefs about sin. If you take the time to read the article, the bit about his beliefs includes many sins. If you are going to publish something for millions of people to read, take the time to make sure it is factual and present the WHOLE truth, not just the parts that are taken out of context to stir people up.
You lied when you said "'Duck Dynasty' Under Fire Following Star's Incendiary Anti-Gay Remarks" They were no incendiary, they were condemning ALL sin. I find you description of his comments DISGUSTING AND AND OUTRIGHT LIE.
I found Leslie Gornstein's article to be highly bias and insulting. Does your organization not have Editors? If so they apparently are as bias as Ms Gornstein. Yahoo TV may find this acceptable but I do not. Unlike the issue with Duck Dynasty, I will not rant and rave, rather I will choose not to read another article by her. If I do not see her removed from your pages then I will rightly assume that you condone her conduct and writings, and take appropriate action based upon yours.
It wasn't a scandal on duck dynasty......... It was his belief. Get your facts straight
first, then try really hard not to color them with your opinion!