[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 […]
Noon of the 20th cannot get here soon enough
Let me see if I have the facts correct:
1. DePaul University a Vincentian*, Roman Catholic University founded in 1898 in the United States of America forbids Ben Shapiro from speaking on their campus. 2. DePaul University had security forces meet Mr. Shapiro on the border of their campus, threatening him with arrest if […]
Lunch-time stream-of-conscience’ing …
Dear Democrats, you lost. As Barack Obama noted to John McCain and Republicans still resistant to his 2008 victory, just deal with it. By “deal,” though, that doesn’t mean staging national protests which disrupt your neighbors, your fellow citizens from both sides of the aisle, as they move on with life. […]
Here is Jonoathan Rauch, in the New York Times, highlights what is wrong with out politics — justifying lying — so long as it’s done in order to get things done. Here’s a taste:
Often, the only way to get something done is to have separate private and public truths. Behind closed doors, nothing […]
Yesterday I posted about how the Democrats are able to beat us because they’re focused only on farming for votes rather than doing anything worthwhile for Americans. It’s corrupt and despicable, but sadly effective. The good news is, it is possible for us to beat them at their own game. And best of all, […]
Acclaimed writer and historian Deborah E. Lipstadt must battle for historical truth to prove the Holocaust actually occurred when David Irving, a renowned denier, sues her for libel.
Based on a true case from UK courts in 2000.
As seen on Drudge a couple of days ago.