December 03, 2008
Despite popular perception that National Review is nothing but an organ of the Republican Party that’s staffed by neocons, Victor Davis Hanson confidently assures us this morning in his sales pitch for NR‘s web venture:
[T]here is no party-line take on unfolding events. The mishmash of libertarians, social conservatives, blue-dog Democrats, independents, paleoconservatives, neocons, religious traditionalists, atheists, and doctrinaire Republicans who contribute to NRO ensures a wide-variety of views, to say the least.
I suppose we should look forward to seeing many of those purged from NR (e.g. Peter Brimelow, Steve Sailer, Joe Sobran) to be reappearing soon at this crossroads of the American Right.
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