Best political photo in awhile:
In Kentucky it used to take 1,800 hours of irrelevant training to become a natural, African-style hair braider. That was because hair braiders needed to obtain a cosmetology license to practice hair braiding. But yesterday, Governor Matt Bevin held a ceremony to commemorate the signing of S.B. 269, […]
I am surprised, and pleased, by the results of the British referendum to leave the EU. I think it’s the right decision, and can’t state my reasons any better than Daniel Hammond did in his recent speech, so I won’t try.
This is significant, very, very significant for a lot of reasons. I’ll make […]
A WWII thriller about Operation Anthropoid, wherein British and Czech resistance forces plotted to assassinate SS General Heydrich, one of Nazi Germany’s top leaders and the chief architect of the Holocaust.
Stars Cillian Murphy (Batman Begins), Jamie Dornan (Fifty Shades of Gray), Charlotte Le Bon (The Walk), and Toby Jones (Captain America).
A psychological thriller game about Arthur Hastings, a man living in a 1960s-style Utopia where everyone is happy, until one day he chooses not to take his government-mandated “Joy” pills and discovers he is actually living in a nightmarish dystopia, and goes on the run. This looks like a delightfully twisted mix of “Bioshock” […]
From Scott Ott:
She places the stems in the green plastic vase, and lightly pushes the blooms around until six colors work together. She approaches the stone, careful to avoid treading on the area directly before it. She pushes the spiked end of the vase into the rain-softened soil next to the stone. Her […]
Note: this is the second part of a two-part list. You can see part 1 here. Following is #s 12-22 on the list, in random order:
12. Brazil (England, 1985)
“This is your receipt for your husband…and this is my receipt for your receipt.”
Coming out only a year after the famous “1984”, […]
Some of you may remember that a couple years ago I posted a list of conservative foreign movies, which was later consumed in the Great Threedonian Apocalypse. In the meantime, I’ve added some more entries and decided to repost this as an expanded list of 22. The first half of which is as follows, and […]
On this date in 1862 President Abraham Lincoln signed the Homestead Act of 1862,
It can be tough to be optimistic about the future these days, what with so many Millennials following the Pied Piper of socialism, and our upcoming election coming down to a choice between Hillary Clinton and one of her donors. But take heart in the knowledge that even among Millennials, there is a right-leaning silent […]
Andrew Klavan is awesome. If I ever became president, this would pretty much sum up my foreign policy.