I will be on Tucker Carlson's show this evening to discuss my Los Angeles Times article. I think it is interesting that no one at National Review has commented on it. It confirms an observation I've had that the right tends to deal with facts and arguments it doesn't like by ignoring them; hoping they will go away. The left is more inclined to try and destroy them, often to the point of overkill. Neither strategy really works unless the facts and arguments they disagree with are wrong. In the end, the truth will out. I think it makes more sense to deal with these things in an upfront, straightforward manner, even if it means conceding that the other side may be right once in a while.

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