Charles C. Johnson is pretty pissed:
While Michelle Malkin routinely featured me and my work on Twitchy, when Twitchy got sold to cuckservative Salem Communications I was never mentioned again. When I wrote for the Daily Caller I got hundreds of Drudge links even though I wasn’t technically on staff. When I work for myself I get, maybe, two. Drudge, of course, has linked to other sites stealing my content because the cucks worried about how “problematic” I am. You’re not supposed to know that he has an arrangement with several big funders on the right. I’ve been asked by the Daily Caller’s editor in chief Tucker Carlson not to comment on the sniping from my ex-colleagues, but he’s done nothing when cuckservatives par excellence like Matt Lewis make things up about me in his publication. I even had to threaten a few cucks not to mess with me lest I expose their plagiarism. These silly fights are as pointless as they are hilarious. These losers like to status-signal how great they are, don’t they, Washington Free Beacon? (…)
Whereas once Buckley’s publication stood against history yelling, “Stop!” today’s National Review serves as little more than a Jolly Roger crew—a yacht club for the rich to hobnob with their favorite writers for a tax deduction. The cruise ship’s younger writers subsist more or less by living with roommates well into their 30s, at which point they either get married or go to law school or write books that no one reads. (…)
It’s gotten so bad that most young people I know call themselves libertarian or “fiscally conservative but socially liberal,” even when they aren’t. They just don’t want to be losers.