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Greece: George Soros’ Trojan Horse Against Europe

 

One of the few fascinating things you learn by looking closely at George Soros’s output is how often he is wrong. The financial Dark Lord, who made a billion dollars overnight when he bet against the British pound in 1992, constantly predicts the sky is falling. Most of the time, it isn’t. He was mocked […]

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A Great Time to Buy Used… But Not Because They’re Cheap

 

You might want to buy a used car while they’re cheap — but not just because they’re cheap. And cheap they are. Because of unprecedented desperation tactics to sell new cars — including under-bid incentives, cash back offers, and “free money” loans at zero or nearly zero interest, which the car companies have had to […]

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The Coastal Regional Party

 

Right now Democrats are in a complete frenzy: Russia, health care, Comey, Syria, the FCC… that it was alien intervention that defeated Hillary. No doubt, it’s exhausting for them, as the enabling mainstream media keeps driving Russia stories and obstruction of justice in breathless tones, invoking collusion at the highest levels between Russia and Trump […]

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Roger Ailes’ Exit, Stage Right

 

Washington A major threat to the predominance of the Kultursmog in these United States passed away last week, but he had succeeded in what he set out to do, namely to damage the left in America beyond any hope of recovery. Not many people recognize this, but it is nonetheless true. Possibly it will take […]

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How Pope Francis Is Undercutting Donald Trump

 

Just days before last year’s presidential election, Pope Francis denounced politicians who speak about erecting “walls,” prompting Slate and other publications to run such headlines as, “It Sure Sounds Like Pope Francis Doesn’t Think Americans Should Vote For Trump.” One couldn’t blame the headline writers. After all, Pope Francis had made no similarly voluble criticism […]

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Anderson Cooper and the Trump Dump Kerfuffle

 

So. In case you missed? Friday evening I was Skyping in to Anderson Cooper’s CNN show. And, hard as it may be to believe, the subject of President Trump came up. I know, I know. Crazy! The latest Trumpian news nugget being discussed was the tale that the President had, in his own inimitable style, […]

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Pillorying Kevin Pillar

 

Like Berkeley and most of today’s snowflake college campuses, we just learned that the concept of safe spaces has now been extended to the Major League Baseball playing field. Merriam-Webster defines a safe space as, “a place intended to be free of bias, conflict, criticism, or potentially threatening actions, ideas, or conversations.” In laymen’s terms […]

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Open Season on Marriage

 

Once a long time ago it was thought that the only thing more shaming to a man than being a cuckold was being a wittol or wittold, which was a cuckold who knew he was a cuckold and didn’t do anything about it. Now the word is all but gone out of the language — […]

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Google Fiber Moves Toward Wireless, Leaving Taxpayers in the Lurch

 

Google Fiber’s recent announcement to potential customers in Kansas City that they won’t be served is part of a trend by the tech behemoth of pulling away from its fiber broadband business. And the biggest insult is that much of that business grew thanks to governmental concessions and taxpayer handouts. KSHB in Kansas City recently […]

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Flied Lice and Golden Visas

 

Poor Nicole Meyer, Jared Kushner’s sister: she’s had to pretzelize herself because she mentioned that she was… Jared Kushner’s sister when she was pitching a real estate deal to a group of Chinese businessmen. Denizens of the left-wing fever swamp, taking time out from incessant complaining about President Trump’s governing process, have spent the last […]

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