Second Starts

Bill Kristol's New Gig

It looks like you won’t be seeing Bill Kristol on your local soup line anytime soon. A day after The New York Times ended his weekly column, The Washington Post announced that Kristol will resume contributing a monthly column and occasional pieces to its op-ed page, as he did before writing for The Times. At Politico, meanwhile, Michael Calderone floats a list of conservatives who might replace Kristol at the Times: David Frum, Byron York, Megan McArdle, Ross Douthat, Peggy Noonan, and—gulp—Rush Limbaugh.