I'm just trying to figure out which is the bigger joke: the front page wood of the Daily Trentonian (above), or this deranged editorial in the New York Times. A taste of the latter:
One effective punishment ought to be a roll of dishonor. If the commissioner’s office determines that Mr. Clemens was using performance-enhancers during the seasons he was voted best pitcher, that should preclude his election to the Hall of Fame. Records achieved while a player was relying on chemical assistance, should be prominently marked with an asterisk — to signify that the achievement was less praiseworthy than it seems.
Asterisks for everyone! Did they even glance at the report?