Anyone remember way back in the dusky mists of last month when National Review writer Ed Whelan outed an anonymous blogger because said blogger criticized him? Well, now, an anonymous blogger at the National Review who is also an LA cop has advocated shooting people who assert their Fourth Amendment rights.


Ed Whelan eventually apologized for the outing, but it strikes me that someone in a position to enact an agenda of state-sanctioned execution for invoking the Constitution should maybe have their cloak of anonymity debated a bit more strenuously than a guy who said mean things on the Internet? Perhaps, Rich Lowry?