After 195 years the Guardian still can’t spell!

Guardian_1 The story: Dark Money review: Nazi oil, the Koch brothers and a rightwing revolution

The mistake: Next, the right turned its sights on American campuses. John M Olin founded the Olin Foudation, and spent nearly $200m promoting “free-market ideology and other conservative ideas on the country’s campuses”.

The Copy Vigilante says: You’d think a news-gathering organization that’s been around since 1821 (the Guardian was founded as the Manchester Guardian that year) would know how to spell a simple word like “foundation” properly but no, apparently their foundation isn’t based on sound spelling or editing practices.

Here are some of the Copy Vigilante’s favorite books: Douglas Frantz and Catherine Collins – Death on the Black Sea: The Untold Story of the ‘Struma’ and World War II’s Holocaust at Sea, Erik Larson – In the Garden of Beasts: Love, Terror, and an American Family in Hitler’s Berlin and Elmore Leonard’s 10 Rules of Writing.