The New York Times Picks A Bill Kristol Replacement
But this time the paper hasn’t picked an ideologue who is so close to Republican strategists that he could be confused as one half of a Siamese twin. It hasn’t picked someone whose main goal seems to be to elect Republicans (and advocate whatever it takes) and look so much like a cheerleader that high schools send him a wig and uniform (sorry for that imagery).
This time the Times has opted for a young, “new conservative” thinking conservative from one of the most solid print and internet political analysis sources around. DETAILS HERE.