Saturday, June 30, 2007

Full Disclosure by National Review's Victor Davis Hanson

Credibility in journalism demands that commentators fully disclose to their audiences relevant personal conflicts of interest.

As pointed out by Our Founder, Jesus' General, National Review's pro-war cheerleader Victor Davis Hanson has a 24-year old son. Assuming Hanson fils is eligible to serve [healthy and heterosexual], Hanson pere has an obligation either to tell his readers whether he has encouraged his own son to consider volunteering for military service in this Global War on Terror that his father publicly supports, or to explain why he has not.

Why don't you ask him yourself? Click here. And, ask National Review Editor Richard Lowry, age 38, whether he has considered military service and why National Review is ignoring this obvious conflict of interest. Click here.


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