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The Battle of Bob Woodward

Which is why the hostility directed toward Woodward by the punks from the kindergarten klass of 1990 is so laughable, since they wouldn't know a story if it came up and tried to change their red diapers for them. Mistaking ideology for ethics, the Juicers are incapable of understanding what the function of journalism used to be; hence their attack on Woodward for daring to correct the Emperor Hussein while the rest of them pull down paychecks from the Ministry of Propaganda and guard against any deviance from the prevailing orthodoxy, whatever it happens to be on that particular day.

I have no doubt that, like Lee and Meade at Gettysburg, Woodward blundered into this fight -- he wasn't looking to start something, just articulating the unexceptionable truth that, based on his reporting, the sequester was Obama's idea, and that it was the height of hypocrisy for the president to rail against it and try to pin it on the GOP. (That tactic, by the way, is failing.) But here he is -- even invited to speak at CPAC!

But now that the fight's here, let's have it. I think it's entirely likely that the journalism I was taught (on the job, by the way, not in a classroom) is dead, having fallen victim to the radicalization of the universities, to mad credentialism, and to society's overall abdication of moral standards in favor of "non-judgmentalism" and "fairness." And, of course, the satanic code that makes all this possible, "political correctness" -- a term worthy of the Gulag Archipelago.

Lefties used to say that sunlight is the best disinfectant. Now they run from it like exploding vampires. But as my friend Bill Whittle likes to point out, all it takes is the light from a single candle to destroy a universe of darkness. And God's first words in Genesis are, after all, "let there be light."

Whose side are you on?