Two months ago, a labor activist pulled a thread and Kathie Lee Gifford's storybook life began to unravel.


Overnight, the effervescent co-host of "Live With Regis and Kathie Lee," was branded a pariah after Charles Kernaghan, executive director of the National Labor Committee Education Fund in Support of Worker and Human Rights in Central America, told Congress on April 29 that


her clothing line was being made by 13- and 14-year-olds working 20-hour days in factories in Honduras.


Never mind that Wal-Mart was responsible for producing the Kathie Lee Gifford clothing line. Never mind that Michael Jordan and Jaclyn Smith have come under criticism for endorsing products made in sweatshops.


Let me ask, why is WalMart, Not Target bashed?