Note: we know that's not McArdle. But we don't have a good picture of her. So you get the other Megan.)
Try Google, Mr. Carney. It has several picture of McArdle, although maybe they don't make you feel as good. But McArdle's pictures are perfectly adequate and some are even attractive. Although not attractive enough for Mr. Carney's purpose, evidently.
Carney reports that Ezra Klein rushes to McArdle's defense, saying that her anti-government and anti-spending beliefs are logical if the article on her father is true. It's logical if she rejects her father as corrupt. When she does that she'll be clear of hypocrisy charges. We know through past experience however that McArdle has no problem with privilege for some and poverty for others.
It would hardly be the first time a child's ideological path diverged from that of her parent. In that sense, it's not an effort to show that Megan is wrong. It's an effort to discredit her. And it doesn't make any sense. If anything, it makes me wonder whether Megan McArdle is right about everything.
It shouldn't, Mr. Klein, which is why people find it difficult to trust certain pundits. They'll twist themselves into knots to support their kind, and the rest of us are left to deal with the consequences.