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The Sharply Partisan Times


The New York Times today runs a brief story on the end of Bill Kristol’s weekly column in the paper, which includes the following paragraph:

Mr. Kristol, the editor of The Weekly Standard magazine and a regular contributor to Fox News, is known for sharply partisan commentary. The newspaper’s decision to sign him to a one-year contract as a columnist drew intense criticism, particularly from the political left, as did many of the columns he wrote.

I wonder if the reporter could point to one example of “sharply partisan commentary” in Kristol’s Times column or for that matter in anything else he has written elsewhere.


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