Vile Bodies

Plotting Unlikely Wonders

Plotting Unlikely Wonders

Someone must have noticed that I waste a lot of my time, because I received today,...

High Life

A Special Snobbery

A Special Snobbery

To the grand Herrera house on the Upper East Side of Manhattan for lunch in honor...

Deep Thoughts

In Defense of Evil

In Defense of Evil

I was talking to a Jehovah’s Witness the other day and found out their idea of...

Derbtown

Ike the Ringer

Ike the Ringer

I have been reading Paul Johnson’s new short biography of Dwight Eisenhower....

Rude Remarks

English Teacher X: Peace in the Middle East?

English Teacher X: Peace in the Middle East?

You’d think American workers could get some scraps off the table of globalism....

Cultural Caviar

The Myth of the Golf Nazi

The Myth of the Golf Nazi

For most of history, being a hereditary aristocrat was a good job. The only catch...

Warshington

Did We Vote for War?

Did We Vote for War?

“How do you like the Journal’s war?” So boasted the headline of William Randolph...

Scandal

The Moral Panic Truth-o-Meter

The Moral Panic Truth-o-Meter

On February 27, 2013, Canadian historian and (more or less) conservative political...

Hollywood

America’s Rapist Dad

America’s Rapist Dad

Bill Cosby is the first black person that I ever remember my family liking. Then...

News

The Week That Perished

The Week That Perished

The Week’s Most Hectic, Septic, and Apopleptic Headlines “SHIRTSTORM” AND...

Deep Thoughts

The Suffrage of the Insufferable

The Suffrage of the Insufferable

One of the merits of Christianity at its best is that it reconciles the infinite...

High Life

The Real Deal

The Real Deal

Aleko Goulandris is my oldest and closest friend. We met in the summer of 1945, at...

How-To

10 Black Things Liberals Just Don’t Understand

10 Black Things Liberals Just Don’t Understand

Liberals love blacks but they love them like a fantasy football team, not like...

Derbtown

The Scariest Science

The Scariest Science

Reading the November issue of Literary Review (a British monthly, somewhat like...

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