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In my Sunday column, I look at Doonesbury creator Garry Trudeau’s utterly misguided response to the Charlie Hebdo massacre.
In my Sunday column, a look at a job-creation program in New York that spent $28 million on TV ads alone. The yield so far? 76 jobs.
In a column today, I write about that freaky pair of Hillary Clinton videos that imagine Bill Clinton in a dress and a bikini.
Why do Democrats act as if they’re stuck with Hillary a year before the campaign even starts? More in my Sunday column.
So I got a mountain of hate mail again this week, this time for saying America is exceptional. I supposed in another 5 years you’ll be denounced if you suggest we’re even in the top ten. More in my column.
GQ had trouble finding any Democrats for their list (17 out of 20 were Republicans.) I suggest a few loony liberals who somehow escaped their attention. More in my Sunday column.
Note that I limited myself to 2014. Anthony Weiner didn’t say anything crazy this year, that I know of.
My editor Steve Lynch came up with this idea and I ran with it. More in my Sunday column.
In my Sunday column, I write about William Voegeli’s new book “The Pity Party” and why compassion makes a poor basis for political schemes.
In my other Sunday column: How minor bureaucrats spend our money on their own self-aggrandizement.
Why cameraphones are our latest weapon against the abuse of authorities. More in my Sunday column.« Previous Entries