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by | Jun 25, 2019

Ann Coulter predicted in December 2018 that Trump will be the last Republican president. Texas may well prove her right.  The Lone Star State is the gem of the Republican electoral map. It has a population of nearly 30 million…

by | Jun 25, 2019

It’s like, really, we need all the religion we can get around here! What with Americans — you know — perpetually at each other’s throats, yelling in each other’s faces. But we get another reminder, at the feet of the…

by | Jun 18, 2019

Where do the Hong Kong Chinese get these notions: such as that the right to a fair trial is rock-bottom basic to every democratic concept of justice? And the notion that freedom of speech underpins the whole, so to speak, democratic shooting…

by | Jun 13, 2019

A child’s lemonade stand set up on a hot summer day is a classic element of Americana. Lemonade stands are one of a child’s first forays into entrepreneurship, and teach valuable skills about commerce, sales, and resource management. Lemonade stands…

by | Jun 11, 2019

Now hear this, now hear this: Anti-Chick-fil-A San Antonio mayor narrowly reelected this past weekend over Pro-Chick-fil-A candidate! Proving… Come on, my eyelids are drooping. The lack of an answer proves what? That the Era of the Non-Issue Issue has…

by | Jun 4, 2019

In my capacity as a certified, government-inspected old coot, I have taken particular interest in the bubbling excitement over the 75th anniversary of D-Day. It takes me back — not to D-Day itself, when I was in knee pants, but…

by | May 29, 2019

During the walkup to Memorial Day, with its evocations of respect for fallen warriors, hyper-charged Dallas, Texas, found time to stick out a very official tongue at, you see, the wrong kind of fallen warriors: the Confederate kind. The business…

by | May 21, 2019

So. When the U.S. Supreme Court numbered abortion among our precious constitutional rights, we expected everlasting bliss? Anything but the present knock-down, drag-out over Roe vs. Wade and its prospects for survival? I mean, we’re stunned to see state legislatures moving…

by | May 14, 2019

It’s a funny thing about “culture.” It changes. That’s because people die and new ones get born, and along the way Things happen: events of one kind and another; wars, elections, recessions, new inventions. The so-called “culture” bounces off these…

by | May 7, 2019

I know, I know. Fake news! Media bias! Intellectual arrogance! That’s my old profession, the newspaper business, as contemporary Americans understand it — assuming they give our business any actual thought. Probably not. Witness the dreary statistics compiled by the…

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