Will Obama’s nanny-state agenda force slashes in military spending?
Is the technological and digital revolution good for us? Astute cultural critic Neil Postman takes on such a complex question in Technopoly. Postman pushes the importance of history while showing us that some people appear to be treating technology as a deity. This is a great read for anyone who has an interest in the [...]
Right now there’s a contest going on for most shameless defender of Islamic fascism. It’s The Atlantic’s Andrew Sullivan vs. Salon’s Glenn Greenwald. And Greenwald just took the lead.
A few hours ago, Greenwald linked to Instapundit’s slam of him and tweeted snarkily:
“Useful Idiots” – Can right-wing war-cheerleaders who think in cliches at least invent new ones [...]
Five deadly words: “Well, it seemed like a good idea at the time.”
Charles Krauthammer has the definitive column on the BP oil spill:
Heres my question: Why are we drilling in 5,000 feet of water in the first place?
Many reasons, but this one goes unmentioned: Environmental chic has driven us out there. As production from the [...]
Just to prove to David Swindle that I take his injunctions against time-wasting debates seriously, I am going to open with a skill-testing question.
I walk into Tiffany’s—flush with blogging income–and purchase their very reasonable 18k Gold Paloma’s Marrakesh Bangle (inspired by the intriguing patterns of Morocco) for $4,950. Later I discover to my horror that [...]
Robert Spencer had a post this morning highlighting a statement made from someone claiming to be Jumanah Imad Albahri, the UCSD student whose words supporting the extermination of the Jews have been heard by over 300,000 people on YouTube and even more on cable television and talk radio. Albahri herself showed up in the comments [...]