News

The Week That Perished

The Week That Perished

The Week’s Most Unbreakable, Unshakeable, and Unmistakable Headlines COONTOWN,...

Toeing the Line

Activity Isn’t Working

Activity Isn’t Working

Jacques Chirac, when he was mayor of Paris, offered the municipal workers a deal:...

High Life

The View From the Taverna

The View From the Taverna

Nestled under the Acropolis, snug and safe among the ancient ruins of a long-ago...

The Untold Story

The Trouble With Ta-Nehisi

The Trouble With Ta-Nehisi

The newspaper that prints only what fits its piously fraudulent agenda, The New...

Deep Thoughts

A No-Jerk Reaction

A No-Jerk Reaction

Millennials aren’t getting laid and what’s worse, they don’t want to. Even...

Media

Defeating the Terrorist Organization Known as Gawker

Defeating the Terrorist Organization Known as Gawker

When four Soviet diplomats were captured by jihadis in Beirut in 1985, the...

Zeitgeist

A Dead Lion Brings Out the Left in the Right

A Dead Lion Brings Out the Left in the Right

More and more, the Internet is becoming as predictable as the plot of a Michael...

Lit Crit

True Colin

True Colin

It’s informative to compare two current memoirs focused upon race: the...

Scandal

What if Lions Are Better Than People?

What if Lions Are Better Than People?

But I will tell you that in a prison they crucified a cat before ourselves. They...

Looking Back

The Plot to Destroy Nixon

The Plot to Destroy Nixon

In his new biography Being Nixon: A Man Divided, Evan Thomas concedes a point....

Cultural Caviar

Of Heritage and Hate

Of Heritage and Hate

Stone Mountain is a 1,700-foot-tall grey dome rock located about a half-hour due...

The Untold Story

Stop Screaming and Do Something!

Stop Screaming and Do Something!

In the face of global hysteria bordering on madness I have to take a deep breath...

News

The Week That Perished

The Week That Perished

The Week’s Most Petulant, Succulent, and Truculent Headlines CECIL THE LION...

Media

From Boring to Baffling

From Boring to Baffling

The Japanese company Nikkei has bought the Financial Times, and I wish them well...

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