"Basically, it's a satire on what the New York Times would be publishing during World War II if they had the same attitudes they have now," he said.
Ignoring for the moment that the New York Times published all through World War II, and did not once reveal the location of Anne Frank's hideout, I asked him: So, is Anne Frank analogous to government counterterror programs?
"Probably not an exact one," Taylor said. "It's just the idea that what they're doing now will get people killed. [It's] equivalent to [how] revealing Anne Frank's location to the Nazis would get her killed."
I don't mean to dwell on this point. But does anyone really think that Anne Frank is the right choice to be the literal poster child for government programs involving kidnapping, torture, warrantless searches, and denial of legal due process?
Update: Michelle Malkin went and took pictures, too, but none that she put on her site show the "Anne Frank" sign. Weird.