President Obama’s policies are bearing the same fruit as those of his socialist counterparts.
It’s been a while since our last encounter when I told you I needed some time to think about where this relationship is going (you know how much I like Guinness, yet, you continue to ply me with Johnnie Walker Black, amongst other compromising things). I wanted to keep our personal issues as such–personal. [...]
Apparently the bad economy is taking its toll on even Hollywood stars, some of whom have begun pursuing a lucrative side career as amateur historical revisionists. First, Matt Damon and a gaggle of left-leaning cohorts helped promote radical historian Howard Zinn’s perverse perspective of American history in a television documentary. Now famed director Oliver Stone has announced that [...]
Lemony Snicket penned thirteen fictional tomes chronicling the “Series of Unfortunate Events” involving the Baudelaire Orphans. Central to his saga is the relentless villain Count Olaf, determined to appropriate the fortune of three children whose parents he first murdered. Foiled in his initial attempt to seize their inheritance, Olaf repeatedly disguises himself hoping that, transformed, [...]
Politifact.com might have named Governor Sarah Palin’s infamous “death panels” commentary their “Lie of the Year” (even though Palin was right and President Barack Obama has told far more deserving whoppers), but that hasn’t scared her away from the subject. To the contrary, yesterday she again sounded the alarm on government rationing of healthcare on [...]
Recently, a colleague forwarded to me a copy of an exam from an introductory sociology class found lying in a room at a public college in the east. It was graded 100%. The exam deserves to be quoted at length, as parts of it are virtually indistinguishable from the old Soviet agitprop of the Fifties: [...]