I believe a little comic relief is in order following some of today's events. Thankfully, we have Jonah Goldberg of the National Review to provide that for us.
Conservative author Jonah Goldberg has an impressive resume. He is the founding editor of National Review Online and its current editor-at-large. He’s a columnist for the Los Angeles Times and a visiting fellow at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington.
But take a look at the dust jacket of his latest book, “The Tyranny of Cliches: How Liberals Cheat in the War of Ideas,” and you’ll find another accolade: two-time Pulitzer Prize nominee.
The problem? Goldberg has never been nominated for a Pulitzer.
Yes. Tell us "how liberals cheat in the war of ideas."
Do their methods involve listing Pulitzer nominations that don't exist?