by | Apr 11, 2019

“Apparently Google wants to protect the American people from our polysyllabic words and occasional long sentences. and in the course of doing so, they lied to Congress. And we may be looking into them in the near future.” So spoke…

by | Dec 14, 2018

It was 20 years ago this month that the House of Representatives impeached President Bill Clinton. The vote took place December 19, 1998, with two of four articles approved by the House, the first on grounds that Clinton had lied…

by | Jan 28, 2018

At The American Spectator we call it Kultursmog, it being the popular culture of the country, occasionally even the high culture of the country. You want examples of Kultursmog! Think of the production of a Shakespeare play with the players…

by | Jan 23, 2018

Ya can’t make it up. Here’s the headline in the Washington Post from the Post’s Erik Wemple. Staffers at The Hill press management about the work of John Solomon The story reads, in part: A group of newsroom staffers at…

by | Oct 18, 2017

Washington I have been fascinated by Harvey Weinstein’s initial response to charges that the Bathrobed Romeo sexually molested women. His statement was at once otherworldly and yet weirdly similar to Hillary Clinton’s eventual response to the scandal. I say “eventual…

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