Obama and company: the perils of clueless obstinacy.
Mark Steyn takes a look at Nigel Farage and the UK’s independence Party.
When patriotism wasn’t a dirty word in Hollywood.
Announcing the creation of the “Free Prezilla!” movement.
Calvin Coolidge was a president who wasn’t afraid to say no.
Why intellect is not enough: Jean-Paul Sartre’s transformation from a philosopher into a communist propagandist.
An update on the increasing militarization of the police – and the increasing militancy of prosecutors.
Has anybody seen this man?
Obamacareless: Wes Pruden on a “fiasco for the ages” (Heh. “Valerie Jarrett, the president’s most trusted (if not necessarily most competent) adviser, promised that the determined president is ‘staying the course.’ This is not reassuring, either, since it’s ‘the course’ that’s the source of the disaster. The flood has washed out the bridge across the river, but never mind, the road to where the bridge used to be is still there.”)
Church of Satan: Hey, we’ve got some standards.