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by | Sep 2, 2022

Conrad Black is a respected conservative who has written interesting books, including a very good biography of Richard Nixon, and who hasn’t succumbed to the Trump Derangement Syndrome that afflicts far too many conservatives and Republicans these days. In fact,…

by | Jul 28, 2021

It appears increasingly unlikely that President Joe Biden can finish this year, let alone his term, in the Oval Office. One need not be a physician to see the substantial cognitive decline that’s occurred even since Biden was a candidate….

by | Oct 14, 2020

Washington We are at that stage in the race for the presidency when the Democrats and their allies in the media are fervently courting the most earnest constituency available to them, the Moron Vote. Forget about the Black vote, the…

by | Sep 22, 2020

A brouhaha has erupted over President Donald Trump’s decision to forward a Supreme Court justice nominee to the Senate for confirmation. Democrats have threatened to pack the court if Democrats capture both the White House and the Senate in November….

by | Aug 3, 2020

My father, Herbert Stein, was a famous and brilliant economist. But he was in his heart deeply interested in poetry. In going through some files I recently rediscovered these poems, which my father had given me long ago. He wrote…

by | Jul 24, 2020

Joe Biden called Donald Trump America’s “first” racist president this week. The collective shock of his supporters reflected not that he labeled the president of the United States a racist but that he absolved all of his predecessors from that…

by | Mar 18, 2020

Amid the national conversation — a silly, fashionable term except it sounds like the yak-yaks it mostly is — I am reminded of how national leaders used to speak in times of stress. War and total economic ruin, mind, not…

by | Feb 21, 2020

When it comes to a brokered Democratic Convention, the odds are good because the goods are odd. In Wednesday’s debate, former front-runner Joe Biden confused “moderators” for “monitors,” said “secondly” on a thirdly or fourthly, and talked about the five…

by | Sep 22, 2019

One of America’s great men, FDR, although not without faults, began the practice of speaking to the nation via radio shortly after he was inaugurated in the winter of 1933. He was talking about the banking crisis that then enveloped…

by | Nov 23, 2018

“We do not have Obama judges or Trump judges, Bush judges or Clinton judges,” U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts lectured the president this week in a prepared statement. “What we have is an extraordinary group of dedicated judges…

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