A word of caution for elected officials

Rich Lowry, editor of National Review, said that from both the right and left, “Whenever one side has power, they want to believe, they have a will to believe, that the public has validated every jot and tittle of their program.” This kind of radicalism does not sell to the American population, he said. Lowry spoke to students at The King’s College in New York City on Feb. 23, 2010, as part of the college’s Distinguished Visitor’s Series. Lowry began to report on the Washington political scene as a new employee at National Review during the so-called Republican Revolution of […]

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