Monthly Archives: December 2011

Sobering Up Politically: If this doesn’t work, nothing will.

Yesterday, I broadcast an email that started out as follows: There’s not much more I can say other than this gets my vote for “Article of the Year” hands down. I promise that you’ll be doing yourself a great disfavor … Continue reading

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Queering the Planet: LGBT Politics as Foreign Policy

One of the great scientific advances of the “New Age” is the discovery that sex is neither a physical characteristic nor should it be considered primarily a reproductive activity. Rather, gender is a sort of fluid mental state, a matter … Continue reading

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The Men from La Washington

Is George Will just a Don Quixote tilting against the Gingrich windmill? Or is Gingrich just a windmill standing in his own breeze? Actually, Mr. Will’s approach to that question waxes in a slightly different metaphorical direction: Gingrich might stop … Continue reading

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Three Card Monte and Ben Bernanke as told by Kevin Williamson of the National Review

Today’s pièce de résistance. . . Exchequer NRO’s eye on debt and deficits Is the Fed Pursuing Our Interest or Banks’ Interests? by Kevin D. Williamson Posted on December 01, 2011 4:00 AM The Fed signals that it intends to … Continue reading

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