The latest Vanity Fair carries an amusing and appropriately graphic account of the life and death of Exile, a now-defunct, Moscow-based English language newspaper run by American expatriates that managed to piss off a lot of people – usually, but not always, for bad reasons – in its short and mostly obscure decade-long existence. As [...]
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 [...]
Gather ’round. Here’s a little-known tale about ”The Fruit Of The Poisonous Tree” – or why 9/11 mastermind Khalid Shaikh Muhammad (KSM) and his Muslim terrorist friends may very well walk away as free men. No, I’m not a lawyer. But during twenty years of police work I spent enough time in criminal trials as an advisory witness [...]
Leftists who moaned and whined and screamed endlessly for eight years (and counting) about the Bush administration supposedly abusing its power and trampling on the Constitution are strangely silent now that their hero Barack Obama is president.
“Where are the people on the left who were screaming about the Patriot Act?” asked Glenn Beck on his TV show. [...]
Greed, according to the New Leftist “morality” handbook, is the only sin deserving of the death penalty. Wall Street, they would have us believe, is unrepentant and has demonstrated its depravity repeatedly. According to Americans United for Change (AUC), now it’s time for the “pigs” on Wall Street to be penned, branded and neutered by [...]
By Glenn Sulmasy
The decision to move the trial of Khalid Shaikh Mohammed (KSM) and his four compatriots from a New York City federal courthouse highlights the struggles associated with detaining and trying the al Qaeda fighters. Needless to say, many businessman, the families of the victims of 9/11, Wall Street Executives and realtors in New [...]
Any political bias revealed in the selection of commencement speakers is overshadowed, however, by the political bias evident in university hiring practices during the school year itself. A Wall Street Journal article by Vincent Carroll recently described the situation at the University of Colorado, where the number of registered Democrats on the faculty exceeded the [...]