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    Lena Dunham’s narcissism has hurt all rape victims

    Yesterday we covered the ongoing soap opera of the immensely unattractive and monumentally untalented Lena Dunham’s bogus rape accusation. Long story short: she accused a college classmate of raping her, she clearly identified the alleged rapist which has caused him a lot of difficulties, now her publisher is paying the man’s legal expenses and altering future editions of the book to emphasize that the name | Read More »

    Lena Dunham’s rape-libel catches up with her

    This has been a bad week for the Feminist-Rape-Media Complex. The Rolling Stone story of a vicious gang rape at the University of Virginia, which is now looking like the manipulation and betrayal of an emotionally fragile young woman by a grasping and amoral journalist, has melted down into a seething, effervescing puddle of molten #FAIL which will, if there is actually justice in the | Read More »

    The Hillary-is-inevitable bandwagon is in trouble

    The Hillary inevitability bandwagon seems to be headed for the ditch. The bat-guano anti-American left as personified by MoveOn.org has decided that Elizabeth Warren is the best candidate as she would create synergy by being the first woman, Native American, and privileged, sinecured law professor to run for president: Some Democrats are “Ready for Hillary.” MoveOn.org is ready for Elizabeth Warren. The liberal group is | Read More »

    Boehner to Conservatives: you have to pass the omnibus to find out what’s in it

    The new omnibus spending bill is about to be rammed through the House is the same way that Obamacare was passed. A massive bill is going to be presented and the members, of both parties, are going to be given a minimal amount of time to read the bill. House conservatives are griping that Speaker (R-Ohio) is putting the squeeze on them by rushing through | Read More »

    Man-haters, the falsity of rape culture, and the attack on truth

    As it becomes increasingly clear that the Rolling Stone reporting on an alleged gang rape at the University of Virginia was not mere hyperbole but actually deliberate deception by the reporter, Sabrina Rubin Erdely, and seemingly the management of the magazine one of the most disturbing things to come to light is the way the bogus “rape culture” crisis on college campuses is being used to | Read More »

    Sunday, December 7, 1941

    Sunday, December 7, 1941

    Japanese Zero with first wave attack on Battleship Row begins a strafing attack.

    Trent Lott to Mitch McConnell: Vidkun Quisling was an effective leader

    On Thursday former Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott and former Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle spoke at a breakfast sponsored by the Christian Science Monitor. At that breakfast Lott and Daschle achieved a Vulcan mind-meld with each other on what Senate Majority Leader needs to do in the new Congress: keep those federal dollars rolling towards K Street and ignore everything else. Promote bipartisanship Bipartisanship | Read More »

    New finding: Performing abortions kills sense of irony

    New finding: Performing abortions kills sense of irony

    One of the great things about Twitter is that it has given the American left a wonderful way to express whatever lunatic thought is crossing its mind at a particular moment and create the hive effect they love via a hashtag. When Ukraine was brutalized by Russia, we had a hashtag. When Boko Haram kidnapped a few hundred Christian girls, we gave them a dose | Read More »

    Hostages held by al Qaeda killed during rescue attempt

    Yesterday an attempt was made to rescue hostages by al Qaeda in Yemen. The attack succeeded but the hostages were either dead or mortally wounded when rescued by US forces: Two hostages, including an American journalist, who were being held by Al Qaeda’s affiliate in Yemen were killed during a rescue attempt by United States commandos early Saturday, American officials said. In a statement, President | Read More »

    Battle of Leuthen, December 5, 1757

    Battle of Leuthen, December 5, 1757

    One of the advantages of having the keys to the front page is that sometimes I can unplug from politics and write about my real passion: military history of the 18th century. Today marks the anniversary of Frederick the Great’s signal victory over the Austrians at Leuthen and gives me a story to tell my kids a couple of times a year after Mass. Frederick | Read More »

    The University of Virginia Rape Story Officially Melts Down

    On November 19, Rolling Stone magazine published an lengthy article detailing the brutal gang rape of a young woman in a fraternity house at the University of Virginia. As the story circulated, feminists found it a powerful story for everything they hate about men, college administrators went to DEFCON LEVENTY… an a small number of people began to question the story because of what the | Read More »

    Big government is winning campaign issue for Democrats

    For some time there has been a garden industry on the left that believed two things held the Democrats from permanent electoral triumph. The first, of course, is that voters are just too stupid to understand what is good for them. This school of thought is championed by a guy named Thomas Frank who wrote a book called What’s the Matter with Kansas?  in which | Read More »

    Hillary Clinton moves to lock up the white working class vote

    As Hillary Clinton tools up for making a show of running for the Democrat nomination for president in 2016, the salient question remains who, exactly, is going to vote for her? I mean other than the aging, hirsute, hippie lesbian demographic. While this locks in a significant swath of Hollywoood and the news media it is not sufficient to create a second Clinton presidency. For | Read More »

    Boehner scrambling to find Democrat votes for Cromnibus

    The Continuing Resolution/Omnibus appropriation bill, aka cromnibus, wending its way through the House is in trouble. Dissatisfaction with the bill and the underlying strategy to deal with Obama’s executive overreach is wide and deep in the GOP caucus and it seems like Boehner will have to violate the Hastert Rule in order to force the bill through the House. Via The Hill Speaker said Thursday he expects | Read More »

    Voxsplaining the Pope

    Voxsplaining the Pope

    I’m a Catholic and have to admit that I’m not sending Pope Francis a Christmas card. I think he’s suffering from the effects of going from, to mix metaphors, a big fish in a small pond (Argentina? Really?) to a little meatball in a big plate of spaghetti. His statements are confusing the faithful and encouraging the enemies of faith, like, for instance, what your | Read More »