Nobody Here But Us Jihadis

    If the killing of 130 people in Paris didn’t sicken you, this will. According to the Daily Mail, there was a ‘friendly’ (soccer match) today in Istanbul between Greece and Turkey. As has happened all over the world at such gatherings, a Moment of Silence was announced in remembrance of the Paris dead. Are you ready? Fans booed the moment of silence and chanted “Allahu | Read More »


    The Attorney General of the State of New York has begun action against the ExxonMobil Corporation to, in the words of The New York Times, “determine whether the company lied to the public about the risks of climate change or to investors about how such risks might hurt the oil business.” To the people excited about this prospect, this investigation is the opening salvo in | Read More »

    A President for All Women

    Josh Kraushaar, the political editor of the National Journal, spent ten paragraphs today kicking around the subject of Hillary Clinton’s rather wide and deep unpopularity among Male-Americans. I say “kicking around” because Kraushaar accidentally stumbled upon the reason why it’s happening, but he didn’t notice it. Pretend you are surprised to hear that a new NBC/WSJ/Marist poll… shows her fa­vor­ab­il­ity rat­ing with men at a | Read More »

    The Great Press Conference of 2015

    If the Warren Wing of the news media succeeds in driving Hillary Clinton from the 2016 presidential race, as now seems possible,  Hillary herself will have helped them do it with her disastrous performance on Tuesday. Writers and editors at The New York Times, the Huffington Post, and several other left-leaning ‘news’ outlets have been taking Hillary to task for over a week concerning her | Read More »

    Minor League

    In what surely will go down in history as the stupidest meaningless gesture of all time, the Milwaukee Brewers’ Class-A minor league team — the Brevard County Manatees — has just announced that they will no longer conduct batting practice. Batting Practice. BP. Get it? The Manatees have banished Batting Practice from their lexicon in order to show that they are "deeply concerned and hurt | Read More »

    Not in Public. Please.

    According to The New York Times, on Saturday evening the President of the United States used a thoroughly disgusting gay-baiting slur to refer to people that previous presidents might have called “My Fellow Americans”. Speaking with congressional Democrats, our situationally unaware, amateur-night chief executive asked, “Does anybody think that the teabag, anti-government people are going to support them if they bring down health care?” Call | Read More »

    Your Climate at Work

    Someone named Michael Casey at the Associated Press has written a collection of paragraphs concerning the so-called Climate Negotiations. Someone else needs to follow along behind Mr. Casey with a broom, because he has apparently "gone native" in his capacity as an ’environmental writer’ and now speaks with the voice of some sort of eco-nut. Since the Sunday night football game contains teams that I | Read More »

    The No-To Guy

    Today has not been a good day for our president in terms of his coverage overseas. In an analysis piece entitled Why everyone is saying no to Obama, Amir Mizroch at the Jerusalem Post recounts the many ways that foreign leaders — the Saudi royals, Dear Leader Kim, Mahmoud Abbas, the Iranian Mullahs, even friends like Benyamin Netanyahu — are beating our president like a | Read More »


    Dissent Will Not Be Tolerated

    Today brings news that the government is investigating a major insurance company. What’d they do this time? Rescind the coverage from an old lady while she was falling down the stairs? Collude with a competitor to fix prices? No, according to the Associated Press, the government is investigating Humana for sending out a mailer that could be construed as opposing Democratic Party policy. You probably | Read More »

    And That’s the Way It Is

    Among the many Americans rendered ignorant about current events by too much dependence on mainstream media we must now count one Charles Gibson, anchor of the ABC World News. Michelle Malkin tells the story: Several Chicago readers and Twitterers report that ABC News anchor Charlie Gibson told WLS-AM Chicago talk show hosts Don Wade and Roma this morning that the reason he hasn’t covered the | Read More »