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Last Train to Swampsville

 

It’s hard to drain a swamp. The folks in Florida could have told us. The other day a golfer in North Fort Myers had more proof than he asked for. All set to putt out on the fourth hole, suddenly he noticed a 10-foot alligator gnawing at his right ankle. A trusty putter in his […]

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Whose Future Are We Talking About?

 

Time and history may have diminished them, but the Democrat Big Three remain entrenched, with room on the bench for no one but the tall guy, who as is his wont remains the odd man out. John Kerry was universally known as the greatest windsurfer in U.S. State Department history. Perhaps the Ninth Circuit’s recruits […]

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Enemy Values on Parade

 

It wasn’t meant to last. Sally Q., we really didn’t get to know you. No sooner did you come into our lives than you were out the door, “napalmed,” as the Washington Post’s Chris Cillizza would say, by a president not nice enough to appreciate your self-profile in courage. In happier days your typical Sally […]

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Trump’s Exclusive Interrogator

 

Pity poor David Muir, a babe lost in the woods. We’re all LGBTQ etc. these days, but was it fair to send him out as Barbara Walters? ABC doesn’t know its ABCs. The kid was totally wet behind the ears, a regular sponge job. The best thing that might be said of him is that […]

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The Boycott Brigade Vanishes

 

It was all a big understanding, a failure to communicate. Mr. Cool Hand Obama, in his press conference finale, told the assembled kowtowers, “You are not supposed to be sycophants.” Huh? What next, global cooling is the real threat to our good earth? Make up your mind, Mr. Ex-Prez. Then he issued new marching orders. […]

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To Sir With Love Six Ways From Sunday

 

Did you notice something peculiar in our lameducky president’s farewell? In a hall filled with Democratic lifers and sundry Chicago voters (though oddly most were still very much alive), he claimed in his remarks to be speaking to “My fellow Americans.” He even acknowledged that he and perhaps a few of them out there did […]

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They Call the Wind Mariah

 

Isn’t it just terrible? A Washington Post headline reports, “How nostalgia for white Christian America drove so many Americans to vote for Trump.” The horror. Didn’t any try to stop them? How could this happen? Didn’t anyone explain to them that back then, most everyone spoke English. Presumably, most of those unabashed voters still do. […]

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Lucky Lindsey Ends the Year on a High Note

 

Say what you will about our 44th president — and keep saying it, please, because he really can’t stand not being the center of attention — but there’s been a rhyme to his anti-Israeli madness, some of it worthy of Sir Galahad. Could be you haven’t noticed, but by refocusing world attention and obloquy on […]

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California, Here We Come

 

It’s the best time of the year, true, even amid rigged elections and permanent kvetching that the President-elect of the United States lost the “popular” vote by some three, or make it four, million votes, all of them, it would appear, cast in the golden state of California, some even by registered voters. So what […]

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Enemy Search and Seizures

 

Well, that didn’t take long. Just a week since our return, a bunch of Hollywood types have sent us an audition tape, hoping to win some recognition in our weekly pageant. So there we have Martin Sheen, reminding everyone why his son Charlie is infinitely preferable. A no-goodnik beats a goody-goody every time, Dad. Charlie […]

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