There’s a throwaway line in Spike Lee’s film Malcolm X, wherein two FBI agents who’ve been wiretapping the titular character, and … Continue reading The Story is That We’re Ignoring the Story
Is that a Hasty Generalization or a Sweeping one? I lack the data to tell. I also don’t care that … Continue reading Anyone Who Refers to Themselves as Representing a “Community” is an Ass
A rare political post that I’m throwing up because it touches upon an area I just finished writing about. Larry … Continue reading We Don’t Actually Want Another Civil War
I’ve had Joel Kotkin’s The New Class Conflict on my Kindle Wish List for some time. It’s dovetails with what I … Continue reading Mencken and the New Class Conflict
As with Putin, one has to admire the chutzpah. And expect the Left to argue that this isn’t that big … Continue reading His Imperial Highness Emperor Barack I, the Lightbringer, Has So Ordered
Parks and light rail are made with hope and dreams and the fierce urgency of change, you see. “I’m at … Continue reading In Austin, Apparently Things Aren’t Supposed to Cost Money.
Megan McArdle gets the nature of the problem, in a very sensible article on the VA. You can’t fire government … Continue reading Why Government Bureaucracies are Un-Fixable
They Had a Dream | The Weekly Standard. “It is actually harder to do some of these things in reality … Continue reading Die, Leviathan, Die.
First, the obligatory clickbait: ‘Motherf*cking Sh*t!’ Jon Stewart Goes on Furious Rant over VA Scandal. Oh, Stewie is hot and … Continue reading Watch Jon Stewart Not Make Connections
Which is to say, it’s true meaning: (h/t Chicks on the Right) Continue reading Jonah Goldberg and the Meaninglessness of “Social Justice”