Tweet There’s nothing I enjoy more than seeing someone slice and dice Paul Krugman’s latest idiocies. Randall Hoven does a magnificent job. The only sad thing about it is that he’s preaching to the choir. The ones who really should read his article — namely, the ones who think Krugman is actually smart and honest [...]
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Tweet Yesterday, I wrote that, given the Arab propensity for warfare, it doesn’t seem as if peace in the Middle East is likely any time soon. Today, I looked over a post I wrote last summer while in Greece, and concluded that Germany would be foolish to throw good German money after bad. Greece will [...]
Tweet The mosque debate in America has been instructive when it comes to Leftist rhetorical tactics. Ordinary Americans make an argument — “the mosque is inappropriate on secular sacred ground.” The Left then responds, not substantively, but with personal attacks — “you’re racist, Islamophobic, xenophobic and stupid.” If you think this approach to debate is [...]
Tweet So often, there are what I call “matched sets” of stories in newspapers. This happens when one article makes a point, and another article perfectly illustrates that point. Today, Spiegel provided the perfect pairing of the way in which the modern Western (that is, Leftist) world refuses to learn lessons, but insists on repeating [...]
Tweet During the 1970s, there was a post-Yom Kippur War joke that was very popular in Jewish circles: Arab soldiers realized that at least half the Israeli troops they were fighting were named David. They decided to use this information to deal with situations in whch they were facing Israeli fighters who were hidden from [...]