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Bummed over Byron


In a note to staff, Examiner editor Stephen G. Smith said: “[Byron York] is a prototype of the modern journalist, equally at home in print, on television, and on the Web. As readers of NRO know, Byron is nearly ubiquitous online. He will be a key contributor as we upgrade our Web site.” The Washington Examiner has stolen our Byron because they are aware of his obvious talents. Less obvious is Byron as a collegial, generous colleague. He will be sorely missed. . .


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