Ron Radosh offers advice to Bill Keller on who should get "the conservative slot on The New York Times op-ed page, now that the paper has not renewed Bill Kristol’s contract." From his list, the only one I really like is Mark Steyn, because (a) Steyn is funny, and (b) Steyn linked me last week. But mainly because he's funny.
Actually, though, I don't want the New York Times to have conservative columnists, period. I don't trust anyone who would accept a check from Pinch Sulzberger. So, if they do hire a "conservative" columnist, it should be someone who is entirely useless. I understand David Kuo is available.
Jill Tahmooressi: Rumors of Andrew’s release untrue – at least another couple weeks - Jill Tahmooressi, the mother of jailed in Mexico Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi went to Facebook to dispel the earlier rumors about an immeent release of the ja...
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