by | Jan 21, 2020

New York magazine’s Ed Kilgore recently offered up yours truly as a prototypical Trump supporter who has ignored the “key lesson from 2016.” Quoting an excerpt from an October article in which I suggested that impeachment enhances Trump’s 2020 prospects…

by | Jan 17, 2020

It’s important to clear the air about something here and now: I did not hold a fundraiser for Democratic presidential hopeful Pete Buttigieg in my home. That’s what you might think from the report from KIRO 7 (a Washington state-based network affiliate…

by | Jan 16, 2020

As the reelection of Donald Trump becomes increasingly likely, the Never Trumpers on the political right have found new favorite outdoor sports: cherry-picking and goal-post shifting. The latest practitioner is National Review’s Kevin Williamson. Before I go any further, I…

by | Jan 14, 2020

You saw it here first. You won’t see it anywhere else. Yet another American Spectator exclusive. On this morning’s web, The American Spectator’s able editorial director Wlady Pleszczynski has found and presented for our amazement an image few in the known…

by | Dec 11, 2019

Washington Watch out, Mr. President! You are about to be confronted in the next election by the party of tough guys and, I would assume, tough gals too. Remember, Hillary is also in the Party of the Jackass, and she…

by | Nov 30, 2019

For many on the left, the Trump impeachment has been as much and as passionate the dream of three years as was the Zionist Dream of 2,000 Years (“Hatikvah”) for Jews to return as a free people back to the Biblical land…

by | Nov 29, 2019

Last year in this space I made the case that President Trump is great with children. I provided visual evidence. Thought it might soften some of the haters. There was nothing to lose by trying. Of course I know better…

by | Nov 21, 2019

Your fearless debate correspondent here, to tell you that once again, you missed nothing. And by nothing, I mean an empty, cavernous, negative space of dark matter where all intelligence, vitality, and humanity gets sucked into an endless void. You…

by | Nov 7, 2019

The more I follow the Democratic presidential campaign, the more I see how little I understand some people. After all, we can have differences when it comes to ideology, and we can aspire to different things in life. We can…

by | Oct 3, 2019

Presidential candidate Joe Biden’s use of the power of the White House when he was vice president to aid his son Hunter in his questionable business deals in Ukraine is back in the news. The Bidens were not the only…

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