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Kate Smith

The Week That Perished

The Week’s Most Perverted, Diverted, and Disconcerted Headlines SPORTS TEAMS BAN KA...

High Life

Feel Free Again

NEW YORK—David Niven’s younger son Jamie, now an old man like yours truly and a bit ov...

Cultural Caviar

Equal in Name Only

Joy at the misfortunes of others is no doubt an ineradicable part of Man’s bad character...

Joe Bob's America

Graceland, Memphis

Heartbreak Luxury Hotels

CHARLOTTE, N.C.—The lawyers and CPAs who run Elvis Presley Enterprises have been threate...

Cultural Caviar

Notre Dame

The Embers of History

Last week’s fire in the world’s most famous Gothic cathedral, Notre-Dame de Paris, rem...

Cultural Caviar

The Soiled Streets of San Francisco

Locals often refer to San Francisco as “The Golden City,” but I’m assuming that was ...

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The Week That Perished

The Week’s Most Defamatory, Inflammatory, and Confirmatory Headlines IS FRANCE BURNIN...

Cultural Caviar

Fitness for Execution

In the days when there was still capital punishment in Britain, the prison doctor had to c...

Cultural Caviar

Kevin Williamson’s Hilarious Sophistry

“Things are in the saddle,/And ride mankind.” —Emerson Last week National Review ...

The Untold Story

National Reckoning, My Eye

Okay, sports fans, get your wallets out and start giving. That’s the latest brainstorm f...

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Julian Assange

The Week That Perished

The Week’s Stingiest, Mingiest, and Whingiest Headlines JULIAN ASSANGE ARRESTED Ma...

Zeitgeist

A Sorry State

During a visit of the Spanish prime minister to Mexico, the president of that country want...

High Life

We’re All Harvey Weinsteins Now

Okay, chaps, keep your hands where people can see them, and don’t touch. And try not to ...

Cultural Caviar

Why Young Americans Are So Unhappy

The general method, or rather hustle, of the Confidence Man Steven Pinker is to use eviden...