about anything, you're either a fool or a bigot.
Last week, the Poynter Institute for Media Studies, a non-profit
journalism and research organization, published a list of 500 unreliable
new websites. But the list, which included many conservative news and
think tank websites, was itself unreliable, and Poynter has since
Golding's LinkedIn account lists him as a freelance podcast producer for the Southern Poverty Law Center. The SPLC did not respond to my questions about whether other SPLC staff had any influence or involvement over the list. Golding did not immediately respond to my request for comment, either. According to his Twitter feed, he works with the SPLC's "Teaching Tolerance" project. He was formerly a research fellow at the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute and a producer for NPR.