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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - W. James Antle Iii
Conservative writer W. James Antle III has held editorial positions at The American Spectator, The Daily Caller and The American Conservative. His articles have appeared in publications such as The Wall Street Journal, National Review Online, Politico and the Los Angeles Times. "Devouring Freedom" is his first book, and I hope it will not be his last.
Tea Party conservatives like Kentucky Republican Sen. Rand Paul are often vilified as lunatics, conspiracy theorists, ignoramuses and worse. In "The Tea Party Goes to Washington," Mr. Paul - with the help of columnist and radio host Jack Hunter - counters this hateful caricature with a book that is fact-filled, economically literate and frequently charming.