The Corner

Dawn of An Era (For Me At Least)

Today begins the Fair Jessica’s maternity leave. Though she has not commenced official maternity yet. This means she will be home with me until baby makes three and well beyond. This highlights just one of the reasons why the G-File has been so sporadic in its appearances of late. I am trying to drop down to two columns a week for NRO (while providing increased or at least sustained Corner content). The hope is that when the baby arrives (Feb 7 still official due date) I will stick to that frequency. K-Lo and I haven’t worked out all the timing issues yet, in part becaue we haven’t had to. Anyway, just wanted people to know I that I haven’t lost myself in the bottle.

Jonah Goldberg, a senior editor of National Review and the author of Suicide of the West, holds the Asness Chair in Applied Liberty at the American Enterprise Institute.

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