Geoff Pullum has an excellent post up at Language Log demolishing an article by Sidney Goldberg which purports to demonstrate that the New York Times' copy editors are incompetent.
But in the process, Prof. Pullum violates a style guide himself. The money quote:
Sidney Goldberg at The National Review claims that the reputed 150 copy editors over at The New York Times are either illiterate or asleep.
It's just National Review, Prof. Pullum. Not to be confused with The New Republic, which shares the same initials, but actually has a determiner in its name. We've covered this one before; it's an easy mistake to make, but particularly important to avoid when you're reaming someone else out over grammar.