John Leo of U.S. News on EPIC. Sweet!
If you guys end up being responsible for completing Rupert Murdoch’s takeover of the world, I may have to disown you from my blogroll.
Same column reprinted in New York Daily News. I feel like Matt & I should probably produce something new & quit coasting on a year-old piece of work, huh?
Robin and Matt:
I’m delighted but shocked that John Leo latched on to your EPIC work. I think of him, perhaps unfairly, as a neo-conservative, a grumpy Geiger counter to detect any hint of radioactive political correctness. Nothing wrong with that, except I think he would be suspicious of many of your enlightened beliefs and values. But, hey, if the power of EPIC turns this frog into a prince-for-a-day, I say: “Rock on, little brothers.”
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