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 […]

Some people never learn.

| June 27, 2012

One might be tempted to think that of all countries, Germany would be the one with a heightened sense of toleration and accommodation of Jewish religious rites. OK, perhaps not. Mark Steyn: A German court has banned the circumcision of boys for religious reasons: The regional court in Cologne, western Germany, ruled that the “fundamental […]

“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, […]

Quote of the Day

| April 17, 2012

It’s a whole new business model for the Washington Post: The media is no longer in the information business. They are in the instruction business. This is an important distinction. Ace, en fuego, at Ace of Spades HQ.

How did Obama get into college?

| April 3, 2012

I learned about the three branches of government and the separation of powers in elementary school. Later, I learned about Marbury v. Madison in my first high school U.S. History class. Obama is only a year older than I am, so presumably his primary and secondary education was comparable to mine. How, then, did he […]

You can just bet…

| March 28, 2012

You can just bet that right now in Hollywood, at the offices of the tools who produce “Law & Order,” a “Trayvon Martin” script is in the works — ripped, as they say, from the headlines. But there will be a twist. With L&O, there’s always a twist. And they invariably twist leftwards. The prologue: […]

It’s time for an Amendment

| March 27, 2012

The big news in politics this week is the round of Supreme Court oral arguments concerning the constitutionality of the Obamacare individual mandate. It seems patently obvious to me that the mandate is an overreach of legitimate congressional power, and anathema to individual liberty, but there’s no way of knowing how the Supreme Court justices […]

An Anniversary to Remember

| March 23, 2012

It was two years ago that Congress and President Obama, against the expressed will of the majority of the American public, bequeathed to us the questionable gift of Obamacare. Charles Krauthammer: Ultimately, the question will hinge on whether the Commerce Clause has any limits. If the federal government can compel a private citizen, under threat […]

What’s really at stake in the contraception debate.

| March 6, 2012

I mentioned this on Twitter a few days ago, but it bears repeating. The contraception debate is not now and has never been about birth control qua birth control. It is about control, pure and simple. Specifically, it’s about government control over permitted beliefs and practices of religious groups, and control over the conscience of […]

There’s a word for that.

| February 29, 2012

Georgetown co-ed: Please pay for us to have sex … We’re going broke buying birth control: Craig Bannister at did the math — and discovered that these co-eds, assuming they’re using the cheapest possible contraception, must be having sex about three times a day every day to incur that kind of expense. If you […]

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