Sicko National Review manages to be both monstrous and tedious at the same time.
For example, one article accuses the left of anti-Bolton bias. Are you serious? Who cares about Bolton? A war with Iran will leave millions dead and Iran in ruins. If Bolton is plotting an attack, he ought to be assassinated immediately.
You read this right. Let’s kill this baby Hitler before he grows up.
Another demands that we hate China and its tech companies.
Allowing these companies to operate undisturbed in the U.S. would pose serious national-security risks. …
They pose a threat to the U.S. because of their ties to the PRC, whose ambitions of espionage and cyber-warfare are no secret.
That is your reason to cut off trade? Every nation spies on every other. Who cares about “state secrets”? The state should have no secrets, anyway. Let the mutual spying commence, as long as there are peace and free trade.
Yet another objects to the Dems voting “in favor of legislation that would expand the Civil Rights Act of 1964 to include ‘sexual orientation and gender identity’ as protected classes.” It does so on virtually irrelevant grounds, something about sports. (It is obvious that nobody cares about women’s sports, least of all women.) In any case, you worthless cons, how soon after this law is enacted will you begin conserving it?
Oh, but they have a few articles opposing socialism. How heroic.