Crisis Magazine

January 13, 2015 by  
Filed under In the News

The Unsubtle Mind of Hugh Hewitt

For the record, Donahue from the very outset stipulated his position that “killing in response to insult, no matter how gross, must be unequivocally condemned.” Donahue’s distinction did not appear subsequent to the statement, as a sort of cowardly “walk back,” but rather simultaneous to it. And in a follow-up piece the next day, he was even more clear: “Nothing justifies the killing of these people, but this is not the whole of this issue.”


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