NR—the void at the center of the conservative movement

With the exception of three or four contributors, National Review has long since lost any serious conservative vocation and has become a refuge of minicons, teeny-cons, Animal House cons, intellectual flyweights, chestless wonders, stickers of wet fingers in the air, atheists, nihilists, and libertarians.
— Lawrence Auster, The flagship magazine of … libertarianism? (August 2009)

Posted by Lawrence Auster at April 29, 2011 10:26 AM | Send

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