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by | Aug 21, 2022

I happen to be good friends with two fine actors who became most famous playing TV superheroes. Both Lee Majors (The Six-Million-Dollar Man) and William Katt (The Greatest American Hero) made audiences really care about how they balanced their double…

by | Jul 21, 2022

It’s been a long week. Let’s just get this started. 1. AWFUL America is, in fact, awful. It’s not just an adjective anymore; it’s now an acronym. AWFUL is actually a repair job on another acronym you might already know…

by | Jul 12, 2022

The enactment of new restrictions on abortion has led many prospective and current college students to decry their inability to have intercourse with random strangers free of consequences.  According to an article from Reuters, a number of students have stated…

by | Jun 29, 2022

The crassness of the Democratic response to the collapse of Roe v. Wade is beyond parody. Even the coldest utilitarian philosophers of the past look moderate by comparison to the pro-abortion Democrats. The killing of unborn children, they tell us,…

by | May 9, 2022

Being pro-abortion in any and all circumstances has become a minority position. It’s become the position of crazy zealots like Sen. Elizabeth Warren. Will Federal Authorities be giving Elizabeth Warren a visit for inciting an insurrection? pic.twitter.com/9Max7ZlRec — Mikel Crump…

by | May 7, 2022

Many women find out they were mothers too late. I don’t mean an accidental pregnancy. I mean, they learn that they were mothers after they aborted the baby they were told was a clump of cells. This discovery causes great…

by | Mar 7, 2022

A few years back, I was walking through a seedy Miami neighborhood when I heard a woman’s scream. I rushed forward and saw a hefty young black man pulling the purse from a fiftyish Latina, who was clutching the purse…

by | Feb 1, 2022

Even before the first progressive person was born, nature was already diverse. There are colorful flowers, there are brownish autumn fruits, and there are weird leafy things that make great-tasting gin and tonics. There are cute animals (pork ribs with…

by | Jan 11, 2022

Washington — Let us now digress from my usual preoccupation, which is politics, to the world of athletics or to the world of athletics as it is affected by culture wars. Of course, culture wars is politics by another name….

by | Dec 27, 2021

As a Cuban, I’m offended by the casting of Spanish actor Javier Bardem as the most famous Cuban entertainer of all time, Desi Arnaz, in the new film, Being the Ricardos — but only in an alternate woke universe. In…

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