Tony Blankley

by Jonah Goldberg

I’m exhausted with death these days. But I just wanted to say how sorry I was to hear about Tony. He was just a lovely, decent, sharp-minded man. I spent a little time with him and his lovely wife Lynda this summer and on the cruise. Everyone thought he’d beaten cancer because he was so upbeat. I’ve got little to add to the consensus, which is nice testimony about the man. He had the manners of a man of another era, yet he possessed a vise-like grasp of the times he lived in. Gracious, even elegant, in everything he did — he was a man to admire in every regard. RIP.

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