The parts where they’re impotently fulminating about the way America deeply mourned Ronald Reagan’s passing is danged tasty stuff. But not as tasty as the way that Glenns are incredibly bitter about the fact that even Christopher Hitchens’ enemies – of which the man had a plethora, across the political spectrum – are willing to admit that Hitch had his points. Which Hitch did: the man (who I never met) could be absolutely maddening at times, but he was never, ever dull.
Unlike, say, Glenns Greenwalds. Seriously, there’s a reason why I only ever link to them when they’re loudly screaming in petulant agony.