David Harsanyi refutes Judd Apatow (pictured) and Kumail Nanjiani, a pair of high-profile Twitter fools who think they know something about history: Moreover, by 1934 — where, I guess, we’re supposed to be in this silly analogy — the German government had already begun adopting dozens of laws and policies on all levels of government
Oh, wait . . . that already happened. But memories are short. After Rep. Maxine Waters' rant over the weekend, lauding "no justice, no sleep" and urging Democrats to "push back" and keep harassing administration officials where they live and eat, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi may have come around to the view that maybe
Writes Ed Morrisey: Alternate title: A Typical Day on Twitter. The video is a few days old, but it’s so good as a palate cleanser that it simply can’t be missed. Comedian Tracey Ullman has enough standing as an entertainer and a cultural satirist to get away with this send-up of millennials and “wokeness” — I think, anyway.
Fox News suspended contributor David Bossie for allegedly making a racially tinged remark toward Joel Payne, a Democratic "strategist" who happens to be black. Here's the exchange, as recounted by The Daily Beast: “You don’t have to be a golden retriever to hear all the dog whistles coming out of the White House these days and
Rep. Earl Blumenauer, an Oregon Democrat who has served a large swath of the Portland area since mid-1996, writes at Medium that Congress should abolish the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Service. And he's not alone! Blumenauer notes that he voted against the formation of ICE in 2002, when it was part of the massive post-9/11 restructuring of the
See, it was never going to stop with statues of Confederate generals. From The Guardian (U.K.): A division of the American Library Association has voted to remove the name of Laura Ingalls Wilder from a major children’s book award, over concerns about how the author portrayed African Americans and Native Americans. The board of the Association
The San Francisco Chronicle on Sunday has a long feature on what the city's homelessness epidemic is doing to a particular residential block just south of Market Street. The headline sums up the situation nicely: "Poop. Needles. Rats. Homeless camp pushes SF neighborhood to the edge." From the story: Some of the city’s biggest names
The Wall Street Journal on Friday has a commentary by Pat Michaels and Ryan Maue of the Cato Institute that asks how well some global warming predictions have held up after 30 years. The answer: Not especially well. Michaels and Maue focus on the work of James Hansen, the former NASA scientist who testified "with a
See that Time magazine cover? It's brilliant. It illustrates in stark terms the liberal/elite narrative about the current crisis on the border: President Trump is taking babies away from their mothers, who are only trying to make a better life for themselves and their children. Or, as the Daily Kos put it: "Donald Trump is
You'll find lots of aggressive vagrants, discarded needles, and a few dead bodies there. Check out the story at ZeroHedge and be horrified.