If you write for a right-of-center magazine perhaps you shouldn’t dis “right-of-center” magazines. Just sayin’.
Take a look at this post at American Spectator by Matthew Walther. The post is about intelligent design. I have some thoughts on intelligent design, but they are complicated and more than I want to go into now. My point here is about this offending paragraph, which I just couldn’t let go.
Nagel’s book was published under one of the world’s best university press trade imprints, Oxford UP; Meyer’s, on the other hand, has been brought out by a house whose biases are, for good or ill, so well known that their titles go virtually unreviewed outside the right-of-center press. Where Nagel’s book is a work of popular philosophy, Meyer’s is, or purports to be, one of science. (emphasis mine)
Ummm… dude, you’re writing this post on American Spectator. And to make it more ironic/clueless, the post is about a review of said book. Perhaps if you think the right-of-center press is so lowly and inconsequential then maybe you should look for a different venue for your thoughts.