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by | Sep 17, 2021

The first thing I noticed was the fresh, youthful perfume and the click of heels. An instant later, a sigh of despair. And then I turned around. I was first in line and the cause of her discomfort. She, as…

by | Aug 30, 2021

America’s next great employment crisis will likely be more serious than the COVID-19 shutdown or the Great Recession. It could possibly be worse and longer lasting than even the Great Depression. It will not be triggered by disease or a…

by | Aug 18, 2021

When a tragic Islamic terrorist attack struck San Bernardino, California the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI), which failed to stop the attack, pointed the finger at Apple. One of the jihadists was a county worker and had a government-issued iPhone….

by | Aug 1, 2021

Following the Three Mile Island nuclear accident in 1979, Wendell Berry penned an essay which examined how the integrity of language mirrors the integrity of the person who uses it. Berry criticized the officials who were trying to clarify the…

by | Jul 28, 2020

Last week was the end of an era by at least one measure. CEO Bob Swan of Intel Corporation suggested that the company, the world’s most valuable semiconductor chip manufacturer, may soon throw in the towel in its fight to…

by | Jul 24, 2020

Current American Spectator intern Avery Bower wrote a piece titled “Twitter to Q-Anon: Goodbye and Good Riddance,” praising Twitter expunging 150,000 QAnon accounts and throttling and otherwise “limiting the influence” of accounts praising the conspiracy (and probably just mentioning it). Please…

by | Jul 2, 2020

“Excuse me, waiter” may soon be a saying of the past. Last week, the Qianxi Robot Catering Group opened a restaurant in the city of Shunde in China’s Guangdong Province. A few key takeaways regarding the new restaurant are its…

by | Apr 28, 2020

The Danish anthropologist Knud Rasmussen and his Greenlandic Inuit companions Miteq and Arnarulunguaq embarked on the Fifth Thule Expedition (1921–24) in order to “attack the great primary problem of the origin of the Eskimo race,” an immense project that required…

by | Apr 21, 2020

I hope you will understand: I am not an advocate for tobacco. But there’s an ember inside me that flares up just a little for the thoughtful space a puff on a pipe or cigarette allotted us, back when we…

by | Feb 19, 2020

Video of Mike Bloomberg belittling farmers surfaced this week. His campaign team, which is spending money furiously trying to purchase a foothold in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination, has treated it mostly as a distraction. It may do…

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