Ron Paul

Home Front

Crazy Uncles

If I hear Ron Paul referred to as the GOP’s “crazy uncle” one more time, I may go a little wackadoo myself. Ron’s about 80% good sense and no more than 20% crazy. I’m OK with that. I like Ron, and 80/20 is ...

Madeleine Albright and Bill Clinton

Cultural Caviar

Gelded Men and Insane Socialist Women

A historian (and ex-Marine) friend reacted to Scott Locklin’s essay about the importance of tough manliness: “One of the reasons I hate liberalism is that it is wimp liberalism.” He then adduced the therapeutic state’s handling ...

The Obamasphere

The Obama Bible, AKA The New Book of Jobs

Apparently the $447B check cleared and Obama was allowed to deliver Part Two of the “American Jobs Speech” he gave last Thursday. To set the proper ambiance, Obama strategically placed lots of “working Americans” behind the ...

Dalton McGuinty

Smart Politicians

The Will to Pander

Immigration is a hot topic up here in Canada right now. It has been that way for decades if you’re a white, working-class “citizen” of Trudeaupia. But by order of our elite betters, our candid chatter about “those foreigners ...


Setting Grandma’s Hair on Fire

Social Security is a “Ponzi scheme for these young people,” said Gov. Rick Perry in his first debate as a presidential candidate. “The idea ... that the current program is going to be there for them is a ...


The Insight of Hindsight

The day John Kennedy was killed, few thought it was anything other than exactly what it seemed to be. Most believed that the crime was committed by the party named as the perpetrator. A weapon was used that, although having lethal ...

Hate Speech

The Stench of Civility

In January when a smirking schizoid goony loon who claimed no political affiliation sprayed hot lead on an Arizona crowd—killing six and injuring fourteen—the barking dogs of leftist punditry pounced like starving hyenas on the ...

Foreign Policy

9/11: Blowback for US Foreign Policy

With the 9/11 anniversary upon us once again, Middle East expert Robert Fisk in Beirut has written an instructive article about our predicament. He says that we have lied to ourselves for 10 years to avoid asking the one real question: ...


England’s Welfare Nomads

I just flew back from England, and boy are my arms tired of the way their middle class sees the world—especially when ours is headed in the same direction. Their media is currently blabbing on and on about Gypsies—sorry, “Irish ...

George W. Bush

Foreign Policy

What 9/11 Wrought: The Bush Legacy

In Cairo in 1943, when the tide had turned in the war on Adolf Hitler, Winston Churchill, who had embraced Joseph Stalin as an ally and acceded to his every demand, had a premonition. Conversing with Harold Macmillan, Churchill ...

F. Nietzsche

PC World

The Will to Powerlessness

The news abounds with references to “rights,” “diversity,” and “justice.” But what do these terms signify? Allegations of Libyan “rights” abuses were powerful enough to justify a more widespread and large-scale Western ...

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