Tweet I’m not boasting when I say that I move in very rarefied circles. It’s a fact that became glaringly obvious to me today when I started reaching out to legal colleagues via LinkedIn. I’m launching a new business enterprise, and those connections will be useful. For those unfamiliar with it, LinkedIn is the professional [...]
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Tweet In a sane world, Steve Crowder would have his own TV show, rather than three-minute segments. Of course, the discipline of a three-minute segment means that every word he says is worthy. There is no useless, time-consuming filler. Watch and learn. (Ah, heck, you guys already know this. But watch to get talking points [...]
Tweet Gay Patriot has a post up about the nasty insults he receives as a gay man. These don’t come from right wing homophobes, though. They come from Leftists. Read his post and you’ll see. I’ll only add that, aside from being green with envy that he met Glenn Reynolds, I’m not at all surprised. [...]
Tweet These two posts have entirely different content, but both are distinguished by Leftist lies, whether the Leftist is spouting the lies to others or (and I’m being generous in my interpretation here) only telling them to herself: A Harvard Fairy Tale About Romney and Obama How Soon They Forget
Tweet Two stories at the British Guardian caught my eye. The first is the Guardian’s announcement that its readers think Private Bradley Manning deserves the Nobel Peace Prize. You’re not imagining things. Britain’s Left — at least that portion that answers unscientific online newspaper polls — thinks that the man who stole thousands of [...]
Tweet Can I say that an entire political ideology is narcissistic? Because I’d really like to say that about Leftism, a political movement that sometimes seems like the textbook definition of narcissism. Although the DSM is a highly political book, it’s still the starting point for any diagnosis of narcissism: The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual [...]
Tweet Robin of Berkeley hits a home run — actually, she hits it right out of the park — in this post explaining the two different types of Jews who support Barack Obama. One type is the type I used to be, an unthinking liberal, who actually loves America and strongly supports Israel. The other [...]
Tweet Okay, I’m not really saying that those on the Left are quivering, whining cowards. They are, however, working hard to present themselves in that light — or, rather, in the light of helpless victims — in the hope that they can convince ordinary Americans that conservatives, libertarians, Tea Partiers, etc., are unhinged neo-nazis who [...]
Tweet At first, when I watched White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs, I thought he was a buffoon. I then began to think that his gibberish was a rather clever approach to hiding unpalatable news. I’ve now realized that Gibbs is, above all, the perfect symbol of the Nanny State: he believes that he and [...]
Tweet Last Sunday, a private San Francisco museum unveiled a new painting, billed as the world’s largest portrait mural. The mural contains the following edifying images, all homages to the wacky City I once called home: The colorful mural by acclaimed artist Guy Colwell features Speaker Nancy Pelosi lancing a Republican elephant; a Terminator-dressed Governor [...]
Tweet Most of the world’s media members, if asked, would undoubtedly identify themselves as sophisticates, who are too cynical and world-weary to take anything at face value. Their mental self-image almost certainly falls somewhere between wise-cracking Cary Grant (His Girl Friday) and idealistic Woodward and Bernstein. They care deeply, but they’ve seen it all. To [...]
Tweet Israel stopped a contingent of Hamas supporters who tried to run a blockade bringing money and supplies into Gaza. Cynthia McKinney figures prominently in their number: The Israeli navy intercepted a ship carrying foreign peace activists – including a San Rafael woman – trying to break a blockade of Gaza on Tuesday and forced [...]
Tweet Peters has said everything I’d like to say.
Tweet One of the things that’s been playing through my head lately is the distance between the liberal worldview and actual reality. The media arguments directed at Palin, especially those that deal with women’s issues, really highlighted that divide for me. Let’s begin with the way in which liberals distinguish themselves from conservativeds, something David [...]
Tweet Prior to Palin’s appearance on the national political scene, conservatives had long griped about the fact that the media’s narrative was slanted against them, but it was often difficult to point to something obvious that demonstrated this fact. The media slipped up occasionally in big ways, such as Rathergate, but usually the bias was [...]