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by | Jul 5, 2021

When comedian Bill Cosby was imprisoned as a “sexually violent predator,” women’s rights activists and the corporate news media declared it a signal victory and turning point in the #MeToo movement’s fight against male sexual predators. But now, two years…

by | Nov 17, 2019

While many seem bewildered by the biased proceedings in the show trial surrounding the impeachment of President Trump, the truth is that due process protections died more than a decade ago with the election of President Barack Obama. And, although…

by | Oct 12, 2019

The fictional setting for National Lampoon’s Animal House (1978) is mythical Faber College, in 1962. A largely traditional small college set in suburbia, near a small town, staid Faber is turned upside down by the raucous, party-crazy students at Delta…

by | Oct 31, 2018

Earlier this year, Democrats, bolstered by the media, carried out one of the most reprehensible political hit jobs in modern American history. Disregarding due process, they hijacked the #MeToo movement and used it to inflict massive personal destruction on a…

by | Oct 15, 2018

The “Believe Women” movement started with a commendable goal, namely, to take women seriously when they charge that they’ve been sexually harassed. But now, in the wake of the Brett Kavanaugh spectacle, and the uncorroborated charges made against him by…

by | Oct 1, 2018

If you want to know how life as an American will change if the Democrats win majorities in the House and Senate, an illuminating glimpse of that dystopian future was provided during last Thursday’s meeting of the Senate Judiciary Committee….

by | Dec 13, 2017

New York’s Senator Kirsten Gillibrand is spearheading a McCarthyite purge of sexual harassers from Congress, throwing the nation’s capital into turmoil. What counts as sexual harassment? Good question. Men accused of boorish gestures or vulgar remarks face the same disgrace…

by | Sep 13, 2017

“Terrorism is not just killing with a bomb, but activating ideas,” Gen. Jorge Rafael Videla told his interviewer, by way of explaining why a paraplegic activist had been “disappeared.” In Christopher Hitchens’ retelling, a few of the Argentine dictator’s staff…

by | Sep 12, 2017

Washington Education Secretary Betsy DeVos talked to lots of people — victims, students who said they were falsely accused and the family members of both — before she started to reform a policy instituted under President Barack Obama that instructs…

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