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June 22, 2017


K.N. McBride

It does make you wonder what Victor Davis Hanson and the dwindling band of actual conservatives still working at National Review think of their colleagues.

Mark Steyn, John Derbyshire and Ann Coulter certainly had some rude awakenings.

Was it always an act? When they published articles urging the abolition of various federal departments and the end of the drug war, I think they were just checking boxes for their corporate paymasters and trying to pull one over on their readership.

I mean how many of their current writers actually enjoy shooting, or believe marijuana should be legal? I quit visiting the site a year ago, but as I recall their only writer with military experience was combat lawyer David French - the guy who turned down the "let's split the GOP vote and make Hillary president" gig later enthusiastically embraced by Egg McMuffin.

Useless tools, indeed.


David Frum is no better than the bland, pseudo-conservative Michael Gerson. Just as Barack Obama got far more enraged against conservatives, Republicans and the Tea Party than he did against North Korea, Iran or bloodthirsty jihadists, Frum, Gerson, Bill Kristol and others of their ilk froth with rage at Donald Trump and his supporters. They never, EVER got that angry or disgusted with Hillary Rotten Clinton! Useless tools, all of them.

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