People who are actually interested in science should be as worried as the National Review columnist about how the Democrats have tried to co-opt the label, and how the scientific community isn’t resisting very hard.
Even if Romney were to win in November, Ponnuru said, the National Review would still push against the Republican administration if issues arise where they differ ideologically. He noted that the magazine's editors expressed different views than the Bush administration on No Child Left Behind and immigration.
National Review magazine is great for anyone who values liberty and self reliance above all. Great for conservatives and liberals who want to know what makes us tick.