Wednesday, May 23, 2007


Robert Tracinski hammers the Goracle and his new book, "The Assault on Reason:"

...respect for reason requires the subordination of coercion to persuasion through the strict limitation of government power. A respect for reason requires a commitment to liberty above all else.

Al Gore stands for the exact opposite. His environmentalist crusade is dedicated to the suppression of the material products of the human mind--our advanced industry and technology. And now, in his new book, he is promoting a rationalization for the suppression of free political debate.

To do this while billing himself as a defender of reason is an act of supreme insolence.

All in a day's work for Al.

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