The Take

Come on in, the Plague Is Fine

Come on in, the Plague Is Fine

People are afraid of Ebola, and they have a right to be—but they also need to...

Warshington

Can America Fight a Thirty Years’ War?

Can America Fight a Thirty Years’ War?

“The power to declare war, including the power of judging the causes of war, is...

Hollywood

The Most Sensible Guy in the Room

The Most Sensible Guy in the Room

Irving Kristol (sort of) said, “A conservative is a liberal who’s been...

Scandal

Ebola As Seen Through Ebonics

Ebola As Seen Through Ebonics

Our crumbling and fidgety nation is still reeling from last week’s news that a...

News

The Week That Perished

The Week That Perished

The Week’s Most Stimulating, Discriminating, and Self-Incriminating...

Looking Back

Grandma’s Arsenal

Grandma’s Arsenal

I used to think that no one would ever again smell like my grandmother: that is to...

High Life

Not a Bad Place to Die

Not a Bad Place to Die

This is about life up high. A Brit rapscallion and mischief-maker gossip...

International Affairs

Can Beijing Survive Hong Kong Fever?

Can Beijing Survive Hong Kong Fever?

Americans are caught up with the Ebola crisis and the Secret Service lapses in...

How-To

An Idiot’s Guide to the Right

An Idiot’s Guide to the Right

Okay, first of all, stop saying “Faux News Lies.” That’s redundant. Either...

Derbtown

The Great Circle of Despots

The Great Circle of Despots

History is full of strange folds, wrinkles, and repetitions.  Consider for...

Rude Remarks

Philistines, Arise!

Philistines, Arise!

Have you heard that big, bad Amazon is destroying the book industry? To be more...

Winning

Obama and The Bell Curve

Obama and The Bell Curve

October 2014 marks the 20th anniversary of the publication of the most hated book...

Idiocracy

Barack Obama, Outside Agitator

Barack Obama, Outside Agitator

In his U.N. address, President Obama listed a parade of horrors afflicting our...

Real Estate

The End of the Rainbow?

The End of the Rainbow?

One evening back in the late 1980s, I returned to my then-apartment on Toronto’s...

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