Pedestrian Logic

Why are American pedestrians getting run over so much more often than a decade and a half ago? You’re not just imagining it: It really has gotten more dangerous to cross the ...

George Santos

Year-End Cleanup, Part II

As we ring in 2024, here’s Part II of my annual “bits that didn’t merit a full column but I still want to get them off my chest” year-end rant. Santos and Sinners A ...

Sign of the Times

Happy 2024 to all you readers, although according to The New York Times it will be under a dictatorial regime if Trump becomes president again. So what is one to think or do? ...

Ghosts of Christmas Presents: A Very Barbie Christmas, Part Two

As we saw last week, a long-dormant sinister art-world trans-terror group, the Barbie Liberation Organization (BLO), has recently risen from their pink plastic coffins to ...

Broken Codes of Conduct

The desire for perfection in human relations is a powerful stimulant of conflict—and of a bureaucracy to adjudicate it. That all should be fair, open, aboveboard, that no one ...

Hitler and Goebbels visit UFA, 1935

The New Weimar?

Living as we are under the collective inferiority of the West, and humbled as we are when faced with the cultural achievements of tribal Africans, primitive Amazonian tribesmen, ...

Year-End Cleanup, Part I

I usually take it easy on myself for my Christmas and New Year’s pieces by penning less labor-intensive columns. In part because I love the season too much to get bogged down by ...

Plastic Explosives: A Very Barbie Christmas, Part One

Just in time to ruin another generation of toddlers’ enjoyment of Christmas, the Barbie Liberation Organization are back! But...who the hell are they? By now, you have probably ...

Ruins of Kenidjack arsenic works Cornwall UK

Poison Pen

One of the great pleasures of retirement is that one can lie abed in the morning and read Agatha Christie without any feeling of guilt—guilt about being late for work, for ...

Tyrone Bogues

The Tall and Short of It

What’s the most common first name for an African-American NBA player? D’Qantivious? T’Variusness? Nah, it turns out that black pro basketball players are most commonly ...

Hunter Biden

Biden His Crime

As Christmas approaches, many of us face the prospect of spending time captive in the company of embarrassing relatives—a fate that even affects the highest in the land. Down ...

A dike in Dutch National Park De Biesbosch

Not-So-Scary Truth About Climate Change

United States Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry says it will take trillions of dollars to "solve" climate change. Then he says, "There is not enough money in any ...

Rosa Parks

Mirror-Image Racism

Nothing could better illustrate or be emblematic of the earnest suicidal frivolity of the West than the decision of the first female chief executive of the British insurance and ...

Jewish Generosity

As I’ve long pointed out, the most likely fault line where the Democrats’ imposing but fragile Coalition of the Fringes might fracture divides Jews and blacks. Two earlier ...

Kelsey Grammer

Oh Sadist, Can You See

At Christmastime, I tend to gravitate toward lighter topics. Because why befoul such a wondrous season with ugliness? So on a lighter note, last week a BBC Kelsey Grammer ...

How Private Is Private?

The Fourth Amendment secures our right to be secure against unreasonable searches, right? Not anymore, explains Naomi Brockwell on her popular YouTube channel. In my new video, ...


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