Monday, April 22, 2002
William F. Buckley, scion of conservative thought, has a few thoughts about General Sharon's scorched-earth campaign. This essay doesn't exactly concur with the prevailing warblog sentiment. It's curious to note that no one has really mentioned it - not Instapundit, not Goldberg, not the Sarge, or Den Beste. The Corner hasn't commented on it. Even Punditwatch hasn't had anything to say. Is Buckley being censored? no, but he is being ignored. It's either that, or demonize him the same way that the Pope and Desmond Tutu are being called "irrelevant" for their opinions on the middle east conflict.