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by | Dec 30, 2022

If your state legalized marijuana, then you no doubt look in amazement at all the dispensaries (they refuse to call them “stores” and insist on calling the product not “pot” but “flower”) popping up and the billboards advertising them along…

by | Dec 28, 2022

Charles Fourier, the communist ancestor of Karl Marx dismissed as a “utopian” by Marx because geniuses do not allow for antecedents, declared his sexual orientation “sapphianism,” which he defined as a male lover of lesbians. As a sort of unintentional…

by | Dec 28, 2022

“My sins here are embellishing my resume,” 34-year-old Rep.-elect George Santos told the New York Post. “I’m sorry.” The Republican admits he neither worked for Goldman Sachs nor graduated from Baruch College. He’s also apparently Catholic and not Jewish. In his…

by | Dec 21, 2022

Congress is considering an additional $45 billion in aid to Ukraine. For any grinches, Volodymyr Zelensky allegedly visits Washington, D.C., today to dissuade them from stealing Ukraine’s Christmas. The $45 billion amounts to almost a third of the country’s gross…

by | Dec 20, 2022

The seventh installment of the Twitter Files strikes as the least sexy and the most incriminating. Therein, Michael Shellenberger notes how, after receiving Hunter Biden’s laptop in December 2019, the FBI sat on the incriminating information until, in August 2020, the…

by | Dec 19, 2022

Who runs the Drudge Report? Certainly not Matt Drudge. Keeping the name on the website without revealing the extent of Drudge’s involvement seems as dishonest as some of the more recent headlines. The many anti-Elon Musk headlines from the weekend…

by | Dec 12, 2022

Kevin de León, a Los Angeles City Council member, knows how Democratic Party cannibalism works. Seeing Dianne Feinstein as vulnerable prey, he primaried her in 2018 and, under California’s strange election laws that deny parties the right to place nominees…

by | Nov 8, 2022

All politics isn’t local. Early results in the East interest because they provide clues to how races in the West will likely go. I’ll pay attention to whether Mike Lawler can beat Sean Patrick Maloney in New York-17 (a district…

by | Nov 7, 2022

Republicans stand on the precipice of an election that reverts Congress back to their control. Yet, Donald Trump used his perch this weekend to attack another Republican. Does “Ron DeSanctimonious” even make sense? “Low Energy” worked for Jeb Bush because…

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