by | Feb 15, 2020

Writing in the Wall Street Journal on February 12, Max Raskin argued, The bar for investigating political opponents should be high, especially when offenses are selectively enforced or derivative of the investigation. Many crimes — marijuana possession, jaywalking — are…

by | Feb 4, 2020

Oops! So much has been made about former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s use of his billions to win the Democratic presidential nomination. The one-time Republican has met some stiff resistance from the Left because of his billionaire status…

by | Jan 30, 2020

The classics are called classic because of their enduring value. A case in point: Plato’s several dialogues in which he records Socrates’ battle against the Sophists. The Sophists, you might say, were the swamp creatures of their day. They observed…

by | Jun 27, 2019

Everyone has met Robert Mueller. He’s the guest who won’t leave the party. You first notice him as an awkward presence gradually eroding the pleasant ambience by hovering silently at the edge of the festivities. Then, after he has had…

by | Dec 31, 2018

Many longtime liberals find themselves bewildered at the continued antics of the Democrats at a time when they have a real, albeit small, window of opportunity to demonstrate that they have some acquaintance with the art of responsible governance. Thoughtful…

by | Dec 28, 2016

“Some of my best friends are …” is how many racist or bigoted jokes tend to start. The tellers of the jokes will often reference the few that they grew up with or the current ones they have in their…

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