July 21, 2009
Mark Levin is one of the most popular conservative voices in America. His radio program reaches 6 million listeners weekly and his latest book “Liberty and Tyranny” has been on the New York Times bestseller’s list for 14 weeks and counting. When my critical review of Levin’s book was published at Taki’s Magazine earlier this month, I curiously wound up on Levin’s list of “deranged bloggers” at marklevinshow.com, where the boisterous talk host questioned not only my sanity but my masculinity. That Levin would call me crazy or gay was no big deal, and perhaps a little funny. But refusing to actually link to the book review that got-his-goat is a big deal, because the primary question I ask in my piece—a question that examines the very root of limited government philosophy—is something that Levin and the conservative establishment still refuse to answer on a consistent basis.
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