Ed Driscoll

Trapped In Camelot

Today marks the 46th anniversary of the assassination of President Kennedy. Back in 2007, I interviewed James Piereson about his then-new book, Camelot and the Cultural Revolution, which looked at the enormous cognitive dissonance that descended upon the left in its wake.

And it may be permanent: Piereson has a new article comparing the left’s inability to process who shot JFK with the motivations of Nadal Hassan, the Fort Hood shooter at the Weekly Standard. Click here to read it.