David Brooks’s op-ed piece in The New York Times is lazy on multiple levels. It is ostensibly another salvo from another conservative critic against the Frank Gehry-designed memorial to the 34th President of the United States, Dwight D. Eisenhower. But it suggests that Brooks hasn’t kept up with the debate and changes made in response to critics of the memorial, and that he is merely using the general harrumphing about Gehry to vent ideas unrelated to Gehry’s design.

Read the whole story at The Washington Post