by | Mar 24, 2019

Washington During a week when President Donald Trump should have been beating his chest nonstop to celebrate the strong U.S. economy, he instead chose to flog his enemies, dead and alive, on Twitter and on camera. On Wednesday, Trump bashed…

by | Jan 7, 2019

What a comedian that Sen. Mitt Romney is! Take the comedy routine he wrote for the Washington Post. Take it, please. It couldn’t have been funnier if he’d worn a fake arrow through his head while he put his hilarious riffs down…

by | Jan 7, 2019

What a comedian that Sen. Mitt Romney is! Take the comedy routine he wrote for the Washington Post. Take it, please. It couldn’t have been funnier if he’d worn a fake arrow through his head while he put his hilarious riffs down…

by | Sep 10, 2018

In The Moving Finger, a mystery by Agatha Christie, Miss Marple contends with a miscreant who employs poison pen letters alleging hidden sins to create havoc in a small village and advance an evil plot. The detective, no fool, knows that…

by | Sep 5, 2018

Not waiting for John McCain’s body to fully cool off in its grave, Joseph Duggan has published in The American Spectator a didactic purporting to differentiate the character of my father, Jeremiah Denton, from that of John McCain at the distinct…

by | Sep 2, 2018

Is it civil to settle scores at John McCain’s funeral? As with so many things #Resistance, the opponents to President Trump answer incivility with worse incivility. This from Ana Navarro, for example, is disgusting: Damn! We’re only two eulogies into…

by | Sep 2, 2018

His path to distinguished service in the United States Senate led through the Naval Academy, aerial combat over hostile territory, and long years of confinement, beatings, and torture in the Hanoi Hilton. He was a man worth remembering. No, his…

by | Aug 28, 2018

John McCain’s exit from life and politics has commentators of all sorts falling into interpretive contortions. “I opposed him, but…” “I liked him in spite of…” It was McCain’s gift, springing from personality and life experiences, to antagonize and enrapture,…

by | Aug 28, 2018

With Aretha and now with John McCain we’re reminded that in the leftstream media, and all across the establishment echo chamber, nothing succeeds like excess. No way we could just say Aretha was probably the best of the women R&B…

by | Aug 27, 2018

It was Friday, February 8, 2008. The place was CPAC, the annual gathering of conservatives in Washington. It was the night of the premiere event, the Ronald Reagan Banquet. The speaker earlier that evening had been George F. Will. This…

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