The young right-wing activist Ben Domenech has been caught plagiarizing in his articles for the National Review and other publications. Readers will be happy to hear that a bit of classical music can be found in the mix. Here is what critic Stephen Wigler wrote in an Amazon review of an Eduardus Halim CD: "Anyone who misses Vladimir Horowitz would be wise to investigate this all-Chopin recital by Eduardus Halim, the last of the master's students. ... [H]is phrasing has a similar Horowitz-like freedom, permitting him to move easily from the gently intimate to the explosive." Here is what Mr. Domenech wrote in a year-end notice for the National Review: "For those Chopin lovers who miss Vladimir Horowitz's beloved piano interpretations, this album presents a recital by Eduardus Halim, one of the last of Horowitz's students. Romantic, yet subtle, Halim's piano is an astoundingly poised creature of beauty, with a blend of tones that can be remarkably intimate, or extraordinarily incendiary — it's the best recording of Chopin in years." Let's not call this plagiarism; the change from "explosive" to "incendiary" is astoundingly, extraordinarily original. Halim, by the way, is not that great.