On the main site today, we run a piece by Richard Nadler, who died unexpectedly at his home on Saturday. As the editor’s note says, Nadler was very active in conservative causes and published K.C. Jones, an outlet that helped a few conservative writers get their start. We met — virtually — thanks to the immigration debate, a subject about which we had decidedly different views. But Nadler was always a gentleman and a spirited polemicist, a fact to which many who crossed swords with him on immigration policy will attest. R.I.P.
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