I can’t say that I’ve paid a lot of attention to the question of whether women should be required to register for the draft or allowed to serve on the front lines. There are, I’m sure, some good reasons to oppose allowing women in the infantry, but this sure isn’t one of them:
Such a policy inverts natural law and the rules that have grounded our civilization for thousands of years. Men should protect women. They should not shelter behind mothers and daughters.
That’s a National Review editorial. Not a personal opinion piece or a blog post. It’s the official and carefully considered institutional view of the magazine. Did they invite Vladimir Putin to guest edit this issue, or what?