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Mark Judge
Mark Judge is a Washington writer and author of God and Man at Georgetown Prep, Damn Senators: My Grandfather and the Story of Washington’s Only World Series, and other books.
by | Feb 15, 2006

I have gone AWOL in the blade wars. My desertion happened when I noticed that Gillette had issued Fusion, a razor with five, yes five, blades. This is in response to Schick’s Quattro four-blade razor, which itself was a response…

by | Feb 9, 2006

It seemed like a good idea at the time. That’s been my reaction to the tsunami of rage, abuse, derision and invective that blew through my life after the publication of “Right-Wingtips,” my piece at Spectator.org. You may recall that…

by | Feb 3, 2006

All Those Mornings…at the Post, by Shirley Povich (Public Affairs, 404 pages, $27.50) I just can’t do it. On Saturday morning I woke up and found myself face to face with Weekends with Maury and Connie, the new series on…

by | Jan 27, 2006

Now that the hysteria over the James Frey story is starting to die down, it’s a good time to reveal the simple truth about this debacle. Frey, the recovering addict whose book A Million Little Pieces has been revealed as…

by | Jan 24, 2006

The anti-war, anti-Bush protest march coming to Washington February 4 has nothing to do with politics. Oh sure, from the outside it might seem like a political event. There will be all the earmarks of classic American protests: placards, speeches,…

by | Jan 19, 2006

As reported in the Washington Post last year, D.C. has launched a new campaign to lure hip young people into the city. The new slogan, “city living, dc style!” (lower cases in the original), is part of an effort, according…

by | Jan 4, 2006

I am a conservative metrosexual. As most people know, a metrosexual is a heterosexual man who has good taste in art and music, and likes to pamper himself with nice clothes and expensive grooming. There’s only one drawback: I can’t…

by | Dec 22, 2005

The War on Christmas continues. The latest salvo comes from Harold Meyerson, a columnist for the Washington Post. Meyerson attempts to enlist Irving Berlin, author of the song “White Christmas,” to the cause of a secular, nonreligious winter holiday that…

by | Dec 6, 2005

What’s the difference between the Paul Wellstone funeral and a performance by Margaret Cho, comedian? In parts, the Wellstone funeral was funny. And no, I don’t say that because I’m a conservative and Cho is a… well, what? Calling her…

by | Dec 1, 2005

The problem with Hollywood movies today is not necessarily stupidity or too much sex and violence. It’s that in too many of today’s movies, characters never change. A perfect example is Rent, the film adaptation of Jonathan Larson’s hit play….

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