Boston Bombing Speculation

| April 16, 2013

After a full day of thinking over the events of yesterday, I believe I know who perpetrated the terrible bombing in Boston, and just as importantly, why. I believe the evidence will ultimately show that the bombing was carried out by agents of the Amanda Marcotte Uterine Liberation Front (AMULF), in a clearly successful effort […]

Quote of the Day

| September 12, 2012

Yesterday, actually, but applicable pretty much any day, ever:

Never Forget

| September 11, 2012

Never, never, never.

Sympathies Reserved

| June 21, 2012

[Much of what follows is taken directly from an email conversation I had with someone of very long acquaintance who just happens to be liberal.] It was recently recommended to me that I might want to read a book called Mornings in Jenin. I demurred; I was not and am not interested in Palestinian propaganda, […]

Memorial Day

| May 28, 2012

Here we are, at the beginning — strictly unofficially, of course — of summer. Many will be spending their day off at the malls or beaches or cookouts. I don’t begrudge anyone a good time, but there should be some time set aside to remember what Memorial Day is really all about. Begun as Decoration […]

Who is Brett Kimberlin, and why does he matter?

| May 25, 2012

Sunshine, as they say, is the best disinfectant. It’s therefore long past time that more light was shed on the story of Brett Kimberlin, his unsavory associates, and his high-roller sources of funding. Thus today’s blog effort: Everybody Blog About Brett Kimberlin. I could say a lot about who Brett Kimberlin is and what he […]

“Gutsy call,” my shiny metal ass

| May 2, 2012

I am sick to death of Obama’s order to roll out SEAL Team Six to take out Osama bin Laden being praised as a “bold decision,” or more commonly and tritely, a “gutsy call.” Not to put too fine a point on it: bullshit. Any president who had the intel and tactical assets at hand, […]

Ten years on….

| September 11, 2011

I wasn’t going to post anything today; there’s little I could add to what others have said today or to what I’ve had to say in the past. And, frankly, it’s a work day for me. Last night was busy, and today (so far) equally so. It’s hard to gather your thoughts when you’re elbows-deep […]

My Heroes Have Always Been Soldiers

| August 29, 2011

At Tomb of the Unknown Soldier Guarded Despite Hurricane — with a couple of photos. I cannot imagine a circumstance under which the Old Guard would voluntarily give up their duty.

Quote of the Day

| May 23, 2011

Rep. Eric Cantor, House majority leader, at AIPAC: If the Palestinians want to live in peace in a state of their own, they must demonstrate that they are worthy of a state. So to Mr. Abbas I say, stop the incitement in your media and your schools, stop naming public squares and athletic teams after […]

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