Politics

Impeachment, a Bridge Too Far

Impeachment, a Bridge Too Far

Increasingly, across this city, the “I” word is being heard. Impeachment is being...

Guns and Ammo

Discussion Not Over!

Discussion Not Over!

In his recent piece for Takimag (“Gun Control and the Scope of Ethics”)...

High Life

A Short History of Stupidity in the Middle East

A Short History of Stupidity in the Middle East

When I hear the words Sykes-Picot I more often than not feel like punching an...

Politics

The Political Classless

The Political Classless

In the early 1980s I became familiar with a cartoonist whom I considered to be one...

Modern Weapons

Varg the Distresser

Varg the Distresser

Louis Cachet, the artist formerly known as Varg Vikernes and the mastermind behind...

Immigration

In Praise of Mexican Inventors

In Praise of Mexican Inventors

President Barack Obama—who would never lie…at least not intentionally…or at...

Politics

A Populist Path to Power?

A Populist Path to Power?

“I hold it that a little rebellion now and then is a good thing, and as necessary...

Diversity Training

Saving the World From Book Clubs

Saving the World From Book Clubs

There was a time—or so I’m told, anyway; it was long before my day—when...

High Life

To Hell With the Truth

To Hell With the Truth

Last week in the Bagel, and then London here I come. As I write, hundreds of...

Warshington

The Real White House

The Real White House

Washington, D.C., May 15th, 2014: “What the HELL is going on?” roars POTUS as...

The Untold Story

White Devils for a Free Africa

White Devils for a Free Africa

I write this while American unmanned flights and 18 American “specialists” are...

Derbtown

Two Bad Answers

Two Bad Answers

Wednesday this week marks the 25th anniversary of the Chinese army’s retaking...

Diversity Training

Witches and Snitches

Witches and Snitches

Watch out, codgers, curmudgeons and crackpots: Michelle Obama is enlisting your...

Political Economy

When Eggheads Go Sour

When Eggheads Go Sour

Recently I read an interview with the President of Niger, the francophone country...

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