One further point that needs to be made is that he has tendency to conflate what is on NRO with the views of the conservative movement as a whole. While NRO is certainly representative, it isn't exactly Pravda and I don't think that the website is anywhere near as influential as the magazine is, with neither being quite the institutions that they used to be.
Also, I see he is pushing this particular view again:
I like that idea since I think it would go a long way toward destroying the present system whereby a few rich men inform the rest of us who the candidates are for us to choose between.
This remains, as I have stated previously, well into black helicopter territory and is essentially arguing (rather like a Marxist, IMO) that democracy is a lie foisted on the masses by the rich. I would be very interested in him giving some specific examples of where he thinks that this has occurred. His examples to date are the 1996 and 2000 Republican primaries, where his evidence, as Victor noted, wasn't terribly persuasive.
Well, looking on the bright side Good Friday is almost upon us and thus far there are no signs of the massive military offensive against Tehran that he and his Russian friends were so certain to be coming. Thank goodness he informed us of that dire plot before it was too late.