by | Mar 11, 2020

If Hyphen Cortez is correct, you will never read this because the world will have ended before the annual American Spectator gala. Either the glaciers of Greenland will have melted and ruined the reams of pulp on which this essay is…

by | Jan 31, 2020

Jake Tapper doesn’t want you to know the name of the so-called “whistleblower” who caused the impeachment drama. Of course, the identity of Eric Ciaramella was never much of a secret — lots of people in D.C. knew that the…

by | Dec 28, 2019

With news of an antitrust probe, congressional hearings on bias, accusations from Peter Thiel of “seemingly treasonous” cooperation with the Chinese government, and ongoing revelations about leftist employees running amok on the company’s voluminous Listservs, Google has had a bad…

by | Oct 30, 2019

America’s political class is decadent and depraved, but our media class is arguably worse. The #MeToo exposure of big-name sexual predators like former NBC Today show host Matt Lauer confirmed what conservative critics had long asserted: that the liberal media’s…

by | Oct 1, 2019

There’s a really bad song called “Wake Me Up When September Ends” by a really bad band named Green Day. When the faux-punk outfit released the comically emo, radio-friendly single in 2004, they had no way of knowing that it…

by | May 5, 2019

It gets increasingly difficult with the reliably leftist Tampa Bay Times to sort opinion from news. In fact, it’s near impossible to find the latter uninfected by the former. Take this page one headline and story from Sunday’s edition (please): “Florida turns hard…

by | Feb 21, 2019

Nick Sandmann is back in the news, literally with a vengeance. If there is anyone in the galaxy who doesn’t recognize the name, this is the high school teen viciously maligned by the media after a leftwing activist with a…

by | Jan 30, 2019

I’m so old I remember when journalists at least pretended to be objective. While they certainly had their prejudices, the journalistic old guard rarely tattooed them on their foreheads or paraded them around like show poodles on leashes. If you…

by | Jan 10, 2019

It’s a rather surreal experience for me every time I hear pundits in Washington or New York opining about U.S./Mexico border issues. I am a native Arizonan and have spent my entire life living here and in Southern California. The…

by | Jan 4, 2019

Previews of Jill Abramson’s upcoming book, Merchants of Truth, portray it as a blown whistle on the paper’s incorrigible anti-Trump streak. But is the criticism sincere? Or is she just settling scores with Dean Baquet, an old colleague who bested…

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