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04/27/2006

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Steve Mitchelmore

It's a shame then that his political friends are published cheerleaders for mass murder.

Dan Green

This post has been revised to delete the reference to John Derbyshire (not Jonathan) of National Review. I confused the two, and Jonathan Derbyshire has no connection to those implicated in "mass murder" (which I understand to be the Iraq war).

R. J. Thomson

Excellent blog, Dan. Inter-media backslapping is a real annoyance - at least here in Britain - but a serious appraisal of someone else's good work is commendable.

Steve Mitchelmore

Actually, Dan, I was referring to the person who writes the blog to which you linked. His blogroll includes Oliver Kamm and other "pro-war liberals".

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