The National Review’s Kathryn Jean Lopez has an odd threshold for outrage.
A couple years ago, after Mel Gibson made remarks denying the magnitude of the Holocaust, she said, “I give the guy the benefit of the doubt.”
But when our own Roger Hickey said, “One hundred and fifty-six House Members declared themselves enemies of children and families” by denying health insurance to nearly 5 million kids, Lopez publicly put that in her “Starkly Outrageous File.”
Million of kids without health insurance? No outrage there.