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by | Mar 17, 2022

Amazing. There is current MSNBC talking head and former Missouri Democrat Sen. Claire McCaskill saying this of Fox’s Tucker Carlson, bold print for emphasis supplied: Ukrainian President President Volodymyr Zelensky “also needs to warn America about allowing Putin to use…

by | Mar 17, 2022

The Democrats once prided themselves on defending opponents of war and dissenters from the perceived patriotic consensus in the country. They were the party of peaceniks, nuclear freezers, draft dodgers, and conscientious objectors. During the days of the Cold War,…

by | Mar 2, 2022

Yesterday, I could not get Bella Ciao out of my inner ear. You have heard it even if you do not know it or its origins, not that anyone is sure about those. It may have been composed by an…

by | Feb 21, 2022

In case you missed it, on Friday night Tucker Carlson ditched the opening monologue he was going to talk about, which had to do with the impending military conflict between Russia and Ukraine or the fresh Castro-esque tyranny in Canada,…

by | Feb 17, 2022

I’m writing from Budapest, the beautiful, Danube-bestriding Hungarian capital. Hungary, though a faraway land and modest in both size and population, has played an outsize role in the American conservative conscience for the past half-decade or so. After just a…

by | Jan 11, 2022

I want to be fair to Ted Cruz after last week. Cruz, while questioning the chief of the Capitol Police in a Senate hearing dealing with the Jan. 6, 2021, fracas, created a controversy on the right when he used…

by | Jan 9, 2022

Perhaps the Right was a little hasty with its condemnations of South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem. Early in 2021, Noem proposed legislation that would require all athletic contests in the state to be designated as male, female, and both, and…

by | Dec 20, 2021

Screw it. Those are not my words. I do not speak or write that way. Rather, Jonah Goldberg began with those words as he penned a passionate polemic in “The Dispatch” explaining why he recently quit Fox News. His last…

by | Dec 7, 2021

The Catholic Church has a long and distinguished history of opposing tyranny. But today’s hierarchy has shown little interest in upholding that tradition in the age of COVID. From the very beginning of COVID’s outbreak, the hierarchy signaled submission to…

by | Nov 30, 2021

Which office do I go to, to get my reputation back? — Ray Donovan, former Reagan Administration labor secretary, following his acquittal on corruption charges. Old litigator’s definition of “courthouse” — a place where people go to tell lies. Ever…

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