Magazine February 11, 2019, Issue

The Week

(Roman Genn)

Maybe “But there’s no one on the job at the IRS!” isn’t the best anti-shutdown messaging.

The clip seen round the world showed an elderly Native American man, banging a drum, surrounded by boys from Covington (Ky.) Catholic High School, who were in D.C. for the annual March for Life, seemingly smirking or drowning him out with chants. The reality, as other, longer clips showed, was that the Covington boys had been harangued for an hour by black-nationalist crackpots (who called them “faggots,” among other things); that the drum banger, Nathan Phillips, got in the boys’ faces with his

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