Ira Stoll surveys the economic scene.
The Audacity of Nope: Chris Matthews Thinks Scott Brown Should Wait Untill His Career is Over to Write a Book—Unlike Barack Obama
The New Mark Twain?
Newly minted Senator Scott Brown has been offered a book deal, and MSNBC’s Chris Matthews thinks he should just say no:
MATTHEWS: Time for the “Sideshow.”We learned today that Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown, who has been a senator for just 35 days, has a book deal.
According to “The Wall Street Journal,” Brown is [...]
Young, enormously privileged college students are yet again exercising their latest favored entitlement: Fomenting mass unrest and destroying property because they just don’t feel they should have to pay for the generous benefits rightfully afforded to them by their welfare state utopia.
The Berkeley “struggle” is comical. Students, undoubtedly stoked by their increasingly irrelevant, [...]
Pop quiz hot shot.
Sen. Harry Reid and Rep. Nancy Pelosi are at the wheel of the Washington spending bus, ramming spending bills through Congress and leaving a path of fiscal destruction in their wake. If the bus slows down, voting Americans start catching on to the looming economic devastation, and the federal spending bus explodes [...]
The new brouhaha about parents Joseph and Rebecca Reyes, one of whom is Catholic and the other Jewish, is a classic example of two broken institutions in America: the judicial system — and marriage.
The problem with the judicial system is simple: Judges have taken their power and run with it. As one lawyer from Rochester, [...]
Marriage seems to be a hot topic these days — perhaps because of all the politicians who can’t keep their penises in their pants.
Or maybe that’s just a coincidence. Regardless, there’s a new book out called Marry Him: The Case for Settling for Mr. Good Enough, by Lori Gottlieb. The gist of the book is [...]