by Conor Friedersdorf
In his latest column at The Washington Examiner, Gene Healy argues that outrage over the Burlington Coat Factory mosque and community center is a red-herring. "You see, cutting government is hard, and often unpopular," he writes. "Faced with difficult choices, the alleged party of small government always retreats to the lazy politics of Kulturkampf... The establishment Right wants to play the Tea Party movement for suckers. It remains to be seen whether they'll play along."