Welcome to the Week In Review, published every Friday on the blog. WiR is a collaborative effort of TAC’s Editors and contributors. Thought- and mirth-provoking articles we stumble across are placed here, along with an arch tagline.
“An invitation for male feminists,” the liberal Georgia Political Review, Samantha Cleare
THE EDITORS: It was not a good week — not a good week at all — for copy editors at the liberal Georgia Political Review.
— Chris Lewitzke (@ChrisLewitzke) October 3, 2014
AP STYLEBOOK: Yes.
@JessSmith_TPC Well, there goes my job. Thanks for catching that!
— GA Political Review (@GAPolitical) October 7, 2014
“Sandstorm: The Middle East in chaos,” Raul Marc Gerecht, The Weekly Standard
“Why we love college,” Matthew Gerken, Philanthropy Today
THE EDITORS: Why our time at university is worth treasuring.
“Harvard students claim America is a bigger threat than ISIS,” Campus Reform
THE EDITORS: Behold, the leaders of tomorrow.
“I love Lena,” Ross Douthat, New York Times
THE EDITORS: Douthat explains why HBO’s Girls is the perfect advertisement for cultural conservatism. Sonny Bunch, for his part, advances the thesis that Lena Dunham is a deep-cover conservative working to discredit progressives.
“School Told to Call Kids ‘Purple Penguins’ Because ‘Boys and Girls’ Is Not Inclusive to Transgender,” Katherine Timpf, National Review
THE EDITORS: The Word War proceeds apace.
“Justice Dept. will review practice of creating fake Facebook profiles,” Sari Horwitz, Washington Post
“Not a Parody: Obama Fundraises with Rich Guy Named Rich Richman,” Andrew Stiles, The Washington Free Beacon
“Ben Affleck’s Islam Problem,” Rich Lowry, National Review
THE EDITORS: You know the end of days is nigh when Mr. Buckley’s successor is defending Bill Maher.
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