"Since the true things about Jonah Goldberg are more than adequate to make the case that he’s a waste of space on a crowded planet, there’s no need to invent false ones," - Mark Kleiman.

To me, the column was simply a college Republican at 3 am in a dorm room, making a debater's point rather than confront any sort of reality. The kind of adolescent attitude that would prompt someone during a high-point of unaccountable executive power, presidentially-authorized torture and pre-emptive warfare, to write a book called "Liberal Fascism."

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