In which Jonah takes a rapier to a critic.
⁩ masterfully and politely eviscerates the notion that tax cuts and yelling about walls justifies bad character, while ⁦⁩ contorts himself to redefine what it means to be truly good.
I subscribe to & I've liked several of 's books, but 's response to Kimball on Trump's character is a TKO -- pending RK's reply. (Been waiting for RK to write on T's character instead of academia's in his N&C essays.)
"the new definition of good character [Kimball] is working toward strikes me as inconsistent with arguments and positions Roger has taken in the past-and that nearly all conservatives have taken in the past." eviscerates Mr. Kimball. Enjoy.