First, conservative magazine National Review had to fire one racist writer.

Then they fired a second bigot.

When will they fire the third racist on their staff?

Documents obtained from Guidestar reveal that John O’Sullivan — former editor and current staff writer and “editor-at-large” for National Review — is listed on the board of directors for the white nationalist organization Lexington Research Institute Limited (aka The VDare Foundation) most commonly known as VDare.

Form 990s obtained from Guidestar reveal he was on their board from 2009 to 2010 with the overview report indicating him on the board of VDare from the 2006 to 2010 (Fiscal year ending on December 31, 2010).

Go read the whole story of O'Sullivan's relationship with white nationalist orgnizations. If they try to drive out all the white nationalists on staff, National Review is soon going to be written by the janitors. Conservatives need to have a good long discussion about their institutional tolerance of racist groups, and it looks like National Review is going to have to lead that discussion. They started it by canning John Derbyshire, and they can't turn back now without openly apologizing for racism.

(Many thanks to Sirkowski for the tip.)