As the posters in my illustrated edition show, when it comes to New York Times antisemitism, it’s 1933 all over again (plus many other interesting posters).
Field Marshall Arthur Wellesley, the Duke of Wellington, was politician who successfully took to the field to defeat Napoleon and then resumed his political career, eventually rising to become Prime Minister. Given his alpha male status, and the rather loose morals amongst the aristocracy in the early 19th century, Wellington was consistently unfaithful to [Read More]
What an admirable spokesman North Carolinian Mark Robinson is when it comes to explaining why Second Amendment rights matter for all free people. I do not know anything about Mr. Robinson outside of the speech he gave, but I am seriously impressed. Assuming no skeletons in his closet, if this guy [Read More]
This Bookworm Beat shows that, on Halloween, there’s nothing scarier than Leftist politics and the consequent racist, anti-American shenanigans. For Halloween we now have two racially approved costumes. If you’re still struggling to think of a costume for yourself or your child, I am happy to report that the Black [Read More]