Let's just take a look at this "hack's" pathetic bio:
[quote]After earning a degree at Yale (1977), he was an instructor at Lingnan College, Hong Kong (1977–1979), and assistant editor at the Wilson Quarterly (1979–1981). At the Wall Street Journal he was a reporter (1982–1985) and deputy Miami bureau chief (1986). In Washington, D.C., he was a Journal reporter (1987–1989), feature editor (1989–1992), and Pentagon correspondent (1992–1999). He was a military correspondent at the Washington Post (2000–2008).
[quote]he Gamble: General David Petraeus and the American Military Adventure in Iraq, 2006-2008. Penguin Press. February 10, 2009. ISBN 1-59420-197-8. Fiasco: The American Military Adventure in Iraq. Penguin. 2006. ISBN 0-14-303891-5. A Soldier's Duty: A Novel. Random House. 2001. ISBN 0-375-50544-X. Making the Corps. Scribner. 1997. ISBN 0-684-83109-0. The Generals: American Military Command from World War II to Today. Penguin Press. 2012. ISBN 1594204047. On American Soil: the Widening Gap between the U.S. Military and U.S. Society. John M. Olin Institute for Strategic Studies, Harvard University. 1996. Ricks, Thomas E. (May 1996). "On American Soil: The Widening Gap between the U.S. Military and U.S. Society". Project on U.S. Post Cold-War Civil-Military Relations. Harvard University John M. Olin Institute for Strategic Studies. Retrieved 2009-12-01. Contributor to the Atlantic Monthly and other periodicals
[quote]-2000 Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting (on Wall Street Journal team) for articles on how the U.S. Military might change to meet twenty-first century demands
[quote]-2002 Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting (on Washington Post team) for reporting about the beginnings of the U.S. counteroffensive against terrorism Society of Professional Journalists Award for best feature reporting.
And here's Jon Scott's bio:
[quote]he attended journalism school at the University of Missouri in Columbia.
[quote]Scott began his career as a correspondent for KOMU-TV (NBC) in Columbia, Missouri, Later, he was the weekday evening news anchor, weekend co-anchor and reporter for WPLG-TV (ABC) in Miami. He also worked as a reporter and bureau chief for KUSA-TV (NBC) in Denver.
[quote]Beginning in 1988, Jon Scott was a reporter for the syndicated news program Inside Edition. From 1992–95, he was a correspondent for Dateline NBC. Scott served as the host of the syndicated news magazine A Current Affair, and eventually joined the Fox News Channel in 1996.
[quote]In a July, 2011 live interview he asked Bill Nye if newly discovered volcanoes on the moon were related to the climate change debate on Earth saying, "It's not like we've been up there burning fossil fuels."  Nye replied that "volcanoes are not connected to burning fossil fuels."
[quote]Recipient of an Emmy for news writing for the NBC program Dateline