Diana West has written the

Diana West has written the first column I’ve enjoyed reading on the faux scandal of Augusta National: “Feminist slice.” As you can tell from the headline, the column is about the attempt to make a feminist issue out of Augusta National’s membership policy, but Ms. West gets off some good lines even before she warms to her topic: “I wish Hootie continued strength of stomach to withstand the feminist attack on himself and his beleaguered band of brogue-wearing brothers. The sanctity of the all-male club is not only of great import to the poor dears, it’s a point of high principle to those who prize liberties great and small. Even so, the right of 300 high and mighty men to enjoy their putting in privacy (sans women) tends to get lost when the whole world is smoldering, bursting and imploding in jihadist warfare.”


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