Why Republicans? Why? I do not share the conventional wisdom about the metaphysical certitude of a Blue Wave™ building somewhere just over the horizon. In fact, I think that Republicans have a fairly strong record and if they stick to the Trump agenda, a very strong platform. After all, the stock market is up,
Chicago White Sox fans have a motto: "My favorite teams are the White Sox and whoever is playing against the Chicago Cubs." If NeverTrump was a baseball team (LOL, just imagine the athletic skills of that sad clique), their saying would be, "my favorite team is whoever is playing against Donald Trump." But instead of cheering
White House aide Kelly Sadler is the object of this week's outrage mob. The cycle is well-known: Dig through someone's past or present comments whether public or private, find something that someone, somewhere finds offensive or can spin as offensive, and then whip up a media frenzy demanding a public shaming, which usually includes
The Women's March has gone around the bend. You might be thinking, "You just noticed?" but they've staked out a position that makes the hats look like a good idea. Many of you will know that Backpage.com was seized by the FBI last week amidst allegations of pimping and money laundering. For those of you
Mark Zuckerberg dangled more than he bedazzled, with his posterior atop a seat cushion while his ass was not on the line; while he traded his hoodie for a suit and tie, as if it were class picture day at a pop-up version of Sears on Capitol Hill; while he neither blinked nor belied his
Jamie Kirchick: "The ‘collusion’ narrative is doing the Russians’ dirty work for them" (WaPo) "In their haste to brand President Trump a tool, they’re unwittingly doing the Russians’ work for them: validating the notion that our democracy is a sham," Kirchick writes. "While Russia clearly preferred Trump to Clinton, so far no one
In 1014 A.D. the Byzantine Emperor Basil II defeated the Bulgar hordes at the Battle of Kleidion. To ensure the Bulgars would never rise up again, Basil blinded the survivors—leaving every hundredth man with a single eye. The one-eyed led their brothers home, but mostly the blind led the blind. How many Bulgars
Foreign Policy reports Beijing has spent millions of dollars funding Confucious Institutes at colleges and universities throughout the United States. Rachelle Peterson of the National Associaton of Scholars wrote about their insidious efforts for American Greatness here and here.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Wednesday addressed the 26th Annual Law Enforcement Legislative Day, hosted by the California Peace Officers' Association in Sacramento. As expected, Sessions criticized California's insane "sanctuary state" law, and explained the rationale for a new federal lawsuit, which names Governor Jerry Brown and state Attorney General Xavier Becerra among others.
Milo Yiannopoulos has a terrific piece at his site on the problem with David French: "War Heroes Make Terrible Culture Warriors." He writes: Establishment conservativism seems resigned to a mild-mannered and orderly decline, in which Brooks Brothers-suited 23-year-old debate club Republicans in bow ties sip on Manhattans in DC watering holes while the feral Left