Saturday Open Thread

Justice and Divine Vengeance Pursuing Crime by Pierre Paul Prud’hon (1806)

Perilous Pain Pill Public Policies

Who’d a thunk that well meaning policymakers could screw things up for others? I don’t pretend to know what the solution to the opioid addiction epidemic is — and it is a big problem… but people never seem to remember that any move to resolve an issue always creates other problems. Anyway… this is […]

Tuesday Open Thread 

A Modest Proposal For The Oscars

As anyone who follows the mainstream media knows, rich celebrities are freaking out about President Trump’s cracking down on Middle Eastern migrants and illegal aliens, to the point where they are threatening to cancel the Oscars. (If only…) But never fear, conservative actor Robert Davi has a proposal for the ceremony:

I propose that […]

... and Justice for All?

[Please note this post, while linking to John Ziegler’s latest column in LawNewz.com and his “The World According to Zig” podcast, does not have anything to do with Jerry Sandusky. The parallels are astounding, but not Penn State-related at all.]

If only more (alleged) reporters had a modicum of John Ziegler’s and Ralph Cipriano’s […]

Wednesday Open Thread 

Noon of the 20th cannot get here soon enough

Monday Night Mashup - Martin Scorsese's Bohemian Rhapsody

So it turns out that if you act out the lyrics of Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody, it makes for a very gritty Scorsese-esque crime thriller. Who knew?

Truth Bomb, Fawstin-style

Monday Open Thread 

Another good book…

May You Live In Interesting Times.

In 2004 I was assigned to the 1st Battalion 227th Aviation Regiment which was a part of the 1st Cavalry Division. At the time the Battalion known as First Attack was serving in Iraq as part of Operation Iraqi Freedom 2 the commander was Lieutenant Colonel Ron Lewis. By the end of the deployment we […]