In the spirit of Andy McCarthy offering national security advice for Trump’s transition team, I thought I’d weigh on with my own advice on assorted policy areas from my forlorn little internet outpost. First up: fighting government corruption: Thoroughly Investigate the … Continue reading
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Over at the Corner Ramesh Ponnuru notes that Democrat Ed Kilgore agrees that the Democrats have not had much to say to working class whites other than “Please, hurry up and die off.” I knew that sounded familiar. Why, that’s exactly … Continue reading
Hollywood screenwriter and crack cocaine enthusiast Aaron Sorkin has penned a letter to his 15-year-old daughter, bracing her for the coming Trump Captivity. It has to be read to be believed. Every . . . last . . . word: … Continue reading
As tempting as it sounds, my answer is no. Sometimes the best thing for a democracy is to let people get away with it. Prosecuting the former regime is the way things go in the Third World, and it is … Continue reading
It’s after 4:30 p.m. on the day after and still no updates at the American Greatness journal. Is Decius recovering from another Bordeaux bender on Steve Hayward’s deck? If so it’s well deserved.
The great Spengler speaks: The #NeverTrumpers showed elitist contempt for the American people and betrayed the interests of the Republican Party as well as our country. Magnanimity is not the appropriate response to this kind of betrayal. A new Republican … Continue reading
As the sun rises on this glorious morning after, our federal government has put this hard fought campaign behind it and is already back at work attending to the nation’s business. At government agencies across the District, the buildings are alive with the … Continue reading
As a proud and constant critic of the NeverTrump surrender caucus run out of the offices of the Weakly Standard and National Review, I have been watching their websites this morning to see how they will process the happening of … Continue reading
Never been so happy to be so wrong. Donald Trump is President-Elect of the United States.
It seems now is a good time to weigh in even though the election’s outcome is still unknown — mainly because I will be in no condition to write anything coherent once the outcome is known, whichever way it goes. … Continue reading