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by | Feb 3, 2023

Welcome to the latest edition of our version of the lightning round, where there is not often much lightning but at least a bit of enlightenment. We’ll start with something that trades off a fun development Thursday that you can…

by | Dec 10, 2022

World War II ended almost 80 years ago. Much of Europe was in ruins. Germany and the Soviet Union probably suffered the most from the fighting. Perhaps Poland the most from the occupation. In a just world, the aggressors —…

by | Nov 27, 2022

Since May, the fashion among ecoterrorists has been to try to destroy famous works of art in sacrifice to their religion of global warming. In the May event, in the Louvre Museum in Paris, a transgender “woman,” protesting government inaction…

by | Apr 19, 2021

Be careful what you wish for, goes the old saying. Some 175 members of the House have signed on to co-sponsor HR 40, the Commission to Study and Develop Reparation Proposals for African-Americans Act. Every one of the co-sponsors is…

by | Aug 11, 2020

In the wake of a weekend of violent looting in Chicago that resulted in downtown bridges being raised and over a hundred arrests, Black Lives Matter held a rally in support of the looters late Monday night. They organized outside…

by | Jun 12, 2020

Democrats Are Winning the Big Money Game: Why Republicans Should Support Overturning Citizens United  In the landmark Citizens United case, the Supreme Court used the idea “money is speech” to lift restrictions on “independent” expenditures, aka Super PACs. Sixty-six percent…

by | Feb 26, 2020

Tuesday’s Democratic debate in Charleston was another evening of forgettable cross-talk and demagoguery. The Democrats still haven’t gotten their act together. They more or less piled on Bernie Sanders, but it wasn’t all that impressive. They failed to knock him…

by | Oct 25, 2019

Ignored among current reparations discussions is the fact the South has already paid them — if not for slavery, then for losing the Civil War. For at least 25 years after the war, over half of the federal budget was…

by | Jul 31, 2019

If the “debate” to which the jostling scrum of Democratic presidential aspirants subjected the nation Tuesday is any guide, President Trump need not worry about losing his job in 2020. The most sensible participants were treated as unwelcome interlopers by…

by | Jul 29, 2019

Like many World War II veterans, my father didn’t talk much about the war, but he occasionally retold one anecdote that clearly made a strong impression on him at the time. At the end of the war, when it became…

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