Tuesday, January 8, 2008

James Kirchick is an assistant editor of The New Republic, a columnist for the Washington Examiner, and a frequent contributor to the Los Angeles Times. He has worked as a reporter for the New York Daily News, the New York Sun and The Hill and has written for magazines including The Advocate, The Weekly Standard, The Boston Globe Magazine and Doublethink. His writing has appeared in The Wall Street Journal Europe, the International Herald Tribune, The Jerusalem Post, USA Today, The Boston Herald, The National Post

of Canada and other publications.

He is the recipient of the 2006 National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association Excellence in Student Journalism award and was the organization's 2007 Journalist of the Year.


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To be fair, the Gays for Ron Paul Blog has found some inconsistencies with the author.

Jamie Kirchick: "I don’t think Ron Paul is a homophobe; I'm just cynical"

UPDATE: I have responded to Kirchick's article in a longer piece.

Jamie Kirchick, assistant editor of The New Republic, appeared tonight on Tucker Carlson's show to announce--with a smirk on his face the size of Manhattan-- Ron Paul of racism, homophobia and anti-semitism would be appearing online the nextthat his hit piece accusing day--which, by astonishing coincidence happens to be the very day of the New Hampshire primary.


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