In his latest syndicated column, Jonah Goldberg writes:
A wave of pious indignation and table-thumping has spread across the nation’s editorial pages over the freedom to search for Internet porn. Don’t get me wrong: I think you do have the right to search for porn. But it is interesting to see what gets people’s First Amendment gag reflex going. The Baltimore Sun, for example, warns that a “witch-hunt” for search-engine abusers might be around the corner if Google cooperates with the government.
Maureen Dowd, the reigning scribe of unthinking liberalism, recently wrote in the New York Times that Dick Cheney