This whole Redstate thing is pretty insane. It turns out Ben lied to their readers earlier in the day
In one instance, I have been accused me of passing off P.J. O'Rourke's writing as my own in a column for the paper. But the truth is that I had met P.J. at a Republican event and asked his permission to do a college-specific version of his classic piece on partying. He granted permission, the piece was cleared with my editors at the paper, and it ran as inspired by O’Rourke’s original.
Whoops someone has Mr. O'Rourke's phone #.
Contacted at his home in New Hampshire, Mr. O'Rourke said that he had never heard of Mr. Domenech and did not recall meeting him.

"I wouldn't want to swear in a court of law that I never met the guy, Mr. O'Rourke said of Mr. Domenech, "but I didn't give him permission to use my words under his byline, no."

So now Redstate has been involved in the dishonesty, before they were only tangentially connected. So what do they do? Let him post again saying

I want to apologize to National Review Online, my friends and colleagues here at RedState, and to any others that have been affected over the past few days. I also want to apologize to my previous editors and writers whose work I used inappropriately and without attribution. There is no excuse for this - nor is there an excuse for any obfuscation in my earlier statement.

Obfuscation?!? Is that what they call complete fabrication after getting caught plagiarizing? Give us all a break. Even after all this, the people at redstate still have the gall to call him a man of principles. Talk about pissing on people and having them sing the praises of it.

Edit: Also I love how Redstate doesn't bother correcting the lies printed on their pages, with the web being new media which can be updated constantly, letting the PJ thing go uncorrected shows how little integrity that site actually has.