There's a pay wall, so I'm posting below the original text (for whatever reason, they revised it).
I understand I can't believe everything I read on the internet, but I had higher expectations for the Baltimore Sun.
Dear Baltimore Sun,I read Jonah Goldberg's op-ed piece in the September 6 edition ("Political correctness and the Wonder Woman lunchbox") with interest. I thought his analysis was reasonable enough, but did the incident even happen? The column cites the web site The Mary Sue, which found the story from a post on the social media site Imgur. I found the original picture online without much trouble: it's a picture of a printed letter that could have been typed and printed by, well, anyone. What is your fact-checking process for op-ed pieces? Did you try to get a quote from the family involved, or to identify who they are, or to identify the school, or even the state in which the incident supposedly happened?