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National Review columnist: Letting trans kids be themselves is ‘child abuse’

National Review columnist Mona Charen published a column Tuesday in which she passionately defended anti-LGBT bigotry. The arch conservative author and pundit wondered why there are no laws protecting straight people from therapists who will turn them gay. She rained scorn and condemnation on a transgender man who wanted to…

National Review Blogger Calls for Repeal of Women’s Suffrage

Thanks for getting arrested, but since your forebears chose to use their rights to get more rights, all rights have to go. Thanks to Donkeylicious for bringing this to my attention. Michael Walsh of National Review Online called for the termination of women’s right to vote last week:  Nevertheless, you’re…

The National Review Racist Firesale, John O’Sullivan Edition

Rich Lowry has a problem on his hands. The racists over at National Review are popping up like gophers on a golf course. After dropping John Derbyshire from National Review like a hot racist potato, Lowry solemnly noted the following: Needless to say, no one at National Review shares Derb’s…

Racist Firesale at National Review: Another One Bites the Dust

Fresh off the heels of John “The IWSB Whisperer” Derbyshire’s racist rant and subsequent firing, Rich Lowry has had to fire yet another racist writer. From Think Progress: Following the uproar over John Derbyshire’s racist rant that led to his firing last week, National Review ended its relationship with another…

This Shit Is Just Made Up

UPDATE: 300 is number five. Apparently, the racial purity concerns of Gattaca fly out the window when the pure culture left over kicks Middle Eastern ass. National Review is counting down the top 25 conservative movies of the past 25 years, which would be a rather fascinating exercise in the…

Early Voting Is An Objective Good

The National Review opines today that early voting is bad for democracy, for two key reasons. The first is that early voting deprives us of potential last-minute information that could sway our votes. This would be a better point coming from an organ that wasn’t a diehard partisan magazine which…

Congress = Pwned

The National Review has been going predictably apeshit over the upholding of habeas corpus since the Supreme Court narrowly affirmed that the Constitution isn’t made of Charmin, but this bit by Andrew McCarthy makes me giggle: It is difficult to single out the most outrageous aspect of Justice Anthony Kennedy’s…

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