The Current Crisis

The Current Crisis

What Is So Polarizing About Chris Christie?

By 11.14.13

WASHINGTON— They are at it again. They are again telling Republicans and conservatives how dreadful their political condition really is. I am speaking, of course, of the voices of the Kultursmog, and to hear them tell it we are in a hell of a heap. We lost the governorship of Virginia. Even worse, we won the governorship of New Jersey. What dreadful news.

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Election Day Was a Grim Day for New York

By 11.7.13

WASHINGTON — How does one explain the victory of Bill de Blasio over Joseph J. Lhota by some 500,000 votes? I have viewed all the learned studies offered up by the psephologists. I have studied the pundits’ blah. If there were chicken entrails to be read I would have read them. Frankly, I am at a loss to explain the election save for the timeless power of boredom.

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Crony Capitalism: The 1960s Generation’s Legacy

By 10.31.13

WASHINGTON — The historic blunders of President Barack Obama’s embarrassing healthcare rollout demonstrate spectacularly the utter failure of what? Let me tell you. They are the blunders of what was once called the “Brightest Generation” in American history, the 1960s generation. It did not start with Obama. His blunders were just a continuance of their blunders.

By the 1960s generation I mean the pot-smoking, war-protesting, guitar-strumming kids of the left—not the majority from the 1960s generation, not the silent majority, but the minority. They were the miracle workers in politics: Jean-François Kerry, the Clintons, Al Gore, Joe Biden, and all the rest. Their sages such as Saul Alinsky formalized their balderdash in learned tomes for their successors, for instance, Our President. The media kept whooping it up for them. Their every pratfall was portrayed as a great success. Well, make a success of the healthcare rollout.

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