American Spectator v. New Republic

The spat between The American Spectator and The New Republic magazines is getting increasingly fun to read.

This, dated May 5, is the latest installment from The American Spectator, which answers this from the New Republic, posted online May 4.

TNR “plays gotcha,” but the American Spectator’s Dave Holman wonders where the scandal is.

Interestingly, many (not all) commenters about the TNR article on the TNR site seemed sympathetic to the position also expressed by TAS — interesting because, to comment, one has to subscribe, and one would expect TNR subscribers to lean TNR’s way.

More discussion may come Friday in the American Spectator and New Republic blogs. No need to wait for the paper editions anymore.

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