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A Regime of Bread and Circuses

Supermarkets are undoubtedly convenient, but convenience and a large choice of cheap comes...

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Bad Form

My bank is large and I am small: Perhaps that is why it feels entitled to write to me so i...

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President Donald Trump

Jeffrey Sachs and Bandy Lee: The Stupidest Experts in America

It would be difficult to imagine a greater example of oblivious stupidity and hubris than ...

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Teddy Kennedy’s Surprise For Grandma

This week, we’ll cover one of the little-noticed ways mass Third World immigration i...

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Dwarfs vs. Trannies

Black lives may matter, but some matter less than others. Poor Stephon Clark. He was so cl...

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Quiet Please

One of the most denied of all human rights is that to silence. I do not mean by this the r...

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Westminster, London

Attacked Again

This past Tuesday several people were murdered just outside the House of Commons. Killing ...

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Trump Must Break Judicial Power

“Disheartening and demoralizing,” wailed Judge Neil Gorsuch of President Trump...

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Tyson Fury

Common Sense on the Ropes

It is strange what moves people to action, if signing a petition counts as action"€”whic...

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Death, Taxes, and Anacondas

Whether looseness of language is a consequence or a cause of looseness of thought I cannot...

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I Have Seen the Future, and it Is Idiocy

Yesterday morning, as I was sitting in the flat on Paris that I have rented for a time qui...

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The Myth of Poverty

Some rich brats at Salon were recently bitching about the “GOP-shredded safety net&#...

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Adria Richards

Nerds Behaving Badly

The "€œmicroaggressions"€ website reads like comedy. It is pathetic and funny, yet it...

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Infantile Conservatism

Regularly now, The Washington Post, as always concerned with fairness and balance, runs a ...