Friday, November 04, 2005

Right wing intellectual at large

William F. Buckley in the National Review:

The importance of the law against revealing the true professional identity of an agent is advertised by the draconian punishment, under the federal code, for violating it. In the swirl of the Libby affair, one loses sight of the real offense, and it becomes almost inapprehensible what it is that Cheney/Libby/Rove got themselves into. But the sacredness of the law against betraying a clandestine soldier of the republic cannot be slighted.

How is this playing out in the blogosphere?

Rox Populi plays the guessing game about this article.

Praise over at Crooks and Liars.

Eschaton has the best headline, referencing Jonah Goldberg, but it's not accurate. Of course, many headlines aren't.


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