By Kyle | February 14, 2017
In my Sunday column, a look at the cavalcade of Trump-related boycotts and why they’re mostly doomed.
By Kyle | January 23, 2017
Why do Hollywood types treat rapist Roman Polanski to adulation but Nicole Kidman gets ostracized for saying, “Let’s support our president?” More in a Sunday column.
By Kyle | December 5, 2016
Incidents at Columbia and Harvard confirm that absurd overreaction remains the name of the game when it comes to derogatory speech. My Sunday column.
By Kyle | November 27, 2016
President-elect Trump’s behavior toward the media is much like President Obama’s. More in a Sunday column.
By Kyle | November 22, 2016
In which I take yet another swipe at Jon Stewart, et al. These guys know nothing. Why keep consulting them as political commentators when all that interests them is cheap shots? A column.
By Kyle | November 14, 2016
Trump should put aside the divisive rhetoric now that he is the president-elect, I argue in my Sunday column, but making our enemies abroad fear us isn’t a bad idea.
By Kyle | November 9, 2016
Donny Rotten has won by breaking all the rules. My column.
By Kyle | November 1, 2016
In a seasonally-appropriate piece, I have a little fun with the cultural-appropriation spastics who get huffy over non-PC costumes. My column.
By Kyle | October 31, 2016
Last week we learned that the president of course knew that Hillary was using off-the-books email and even corresponded with her at her unauthorized domain. This isn’t nearly the first time President Obama has lied to us, as I say in a Sunday column.
By Kyle | October 24, 2016
Many of my colleagues on the right (not to mention the left) see a civil war looming for the GOP, or possibly underway already. I beg to differ in my Sunday column.