The Intolerant Agents of Tolerance

    I have for many years now had a loathing for people who preach “tolerance” as they seem to do so as a means of advancing their own brand of intolerance. Earlier today, the CEO of Mozilla was essentially forced to resign because he contributed in support of California’s PROP 8. The contributor list was illegally provided to the “Human Rights Campaign” by someone at the | Read More »

    A Study in Contrast

    Given the debate over the legitimacy of protests against the Democratic agenda on health care, cap-and-trade, and the economy generally, I thought it might be instructive to look at how the last administration addressed protests against its policies. The contrast is quite stark: Faced with protesters camped outside Bush’s residence in Crawford, White House officials chose to meet with Cindy Sheehan and others: About 70 | Read More »

    Tim Geithner: Foul-Mouthed Thug

    It looks like Saturday Night Live now has a completely different side of Tim Geithner to lampoon: Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner blasted top U.S. financial regulators in an expletive-laced critique last Friday as frustration grows over the Obama administration’s faltering plan to overhaul U.S. financial regulation, according to people familiar with the meeting. The proposed regulatory revamp is one of President Barack Obama’s top domestic | Read More »