Tod Kelly argues that there’s only one real difference: NRO was willing to part ways with Derbyshire for his embarrassingly offensive racism, while the Washington Post seems to be OK with Cohen’s.
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Is a “liberty-advancing policy abroad” a necessary component of American conservatism? Here’s Derbyshire’s pithy response:
This is pretty dumb: Apparently, if you’re against irresponsible rumor-mongering about death panels you’re also not allowed to raise legitimate concerns about euthanasia.
National Review’s editorial smackdown of the ‘Obama Birther’ movement is quite good, but it’s a bit depressing that these rumors need to be debunked in the first place.
Or questioning the extent of his audience. Or his talent for talk radio. Or any of that stuff. I mean, seriously. The point – restated here with more patience than I could ever muster...