Melissa DeRosa

Cuomo: From Nursing Home Killer to Bimbo Enabler

According to media reports, Andrew Cuomo, the former governor of New York, is eyeing a run for mayor of New York City. Unfortunately for him, his top aide, Melissa DeRosa, has written a book, What's Left Unsaid, revealing that his most trusted adviser is a complete nitwit. As you may recall, I wrote about DeRosa's book a few months ago. Here are a few more things you should know before allowing Cuomo to foist this birdbrain on us again. "Despite DeRosa's claims of never being "weak or hysterical," it only took one snarky Dowd column to trigger the waterworks." 1. Anyone who disagrees with ...

Lizzo

Lyle, Lyle, Crock of Guile

“Amaani Lyle” sounds like a shady dude who lurks in the darkest corners of Times Square selling cheap knockoff suits. “Psst...hey, mister, you wanna designer suit for only ...

Caspar David Friedrich - Wanderer above the Sea of Fog

Paint It Black

I don’t know about you, but whenever I find myself looking at a sublime old landscape painting, like those of JMW Turner or Samuel Palmer, I often find myself thinking: “Hmm. ...

Judges of History

Last week, I gave a talk to my local historical society about a distinguished lady who lived locally and died sixty years ago this year. After my talk, a middle-aged ...

We’ll Get to Your Country Later

After House Republicans demanded a border bill in exchange for Ukraine funding, guess which one was intentionally tanked? Pro-open-borders Republicans like Sens. Mitch McConnell, ...

Raleigh, North Carolina

The Kansas City Question

Last week’s Super Bowl parade shooting in Kansas City in which one was killed and 22 wounded was another validation of both Coulter’s and Sailer’s Laws of Mass ...

Elvis Presley

“Experts” Part II: The Dementia Guardrail Paradox

I grew up with a healthy skepticism of doctors. As anyone who knows the Cole origin story is aware, my biological father was the Beverly Hills surgeon/personal physician to the ...

Louvre Museum, Paris

There’s No Future in Museums of the Past

About twenty years ago I made a visit to my favorite local museum to see what had been made of it following a very substantial renovation. I was hoping to discover some exciting ...

John O'Hara

Men of Letters

I’m back scribbling about writing again because penmanship is like cocaine—once you start it’s difficult to stop. Disaffection is my customary response to contemporary ...

Beyonce

White People Embarrassing Themselves

Taylor Swift, star of the LVIII Super Bowl, this year's Grammys and a crackpot Fox News conspiracy theory that she's a government PSYOP, is also the winner of my award for "Least ...

Nayib Bukele

Latinos and the Law

El Salvador president Nayib Bukele was reelected with almost 85 percent of the vote following his massive crackdown on gangs that saw the Central American republic’s official ...

Lower Klamath Lake, California

“Experts” Part I: Water on the Brain

As I write this, L.A.’s in the middle of a weeklong superstorm of biblical proportions. We’re being pounded harder than Lauren Boebert on a first date. Twelve inches in one ...

Justice Underserved

Viscerally, I am in favor of the death penalty, but in more sober reality I am against it. There are some crimes so heinous, so beyond all extenuation, that death seems the only ...

W. Somerset Maugham

Trio of Titans

If it weren’t for Papa Hemingway’s machismo, or Scott Fitzgerald’s lovely prose, Somerset Maugham would have been my favorite writer. And one of the things I most regret is ...


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