United Airlines, the New York Stock Exchange, and the Wall Street Journal aren’t the only organizations that have encountered technical turbulence lately: on Tuesday an item was incorrectly published on Noah Millman’s blog due to an error in our system. The problem has now been fixed, and we apologize to Noah and to our readers for the mix-up.

The Hat Tip goes to Virgil —thanks man. (I'll continue writing when everyone is done laughing.)

OK, it was technical turbulence, everybody. When's the last time you heard the word turbulence? Did you end up landing at the wrong airport? Because that's what tech turbulence does to the American Conservative's website.

"Spock, report."

"Captain: it appears that the entire electro-magnetic structure of Mr. Millman's article has transformed and undergone a mitotic reflex changing it from a criticism of Rod Dreher's Benedict Option to two separate articles entirely, one of which is a futile attempt to assign logic to Justice Kennedy's Obergefell decision."