Mill Cades Cove National Parks
Politics

About those fraying National Parks

I don’t doubt that our National Parks are in need of repair, but some of them might find extra funds if they’d stop their climate change virtue signaling. The Daily Caller reports that America’s National Parks are in a state of extreme disrepair: The most iconic U.S. national parks need [Read More]

Life Happens

Ah, Earth Day…the Irony!

Monday April 22nd. was Earth Day. A day dedicated to saving the planet through energy conservation and…recycling! STOCKTON — A thick, billowy plume of black smoke visible for miles scarred an otherwise pristine blue sky over the Port of Stockton on Monday afternoon, caused by a stubborn, wind-blown fire at… a [Read More]

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Donald Trump

President Trump is the “dayenu” president

No matter how imperfect Trump is, looking at his record of accomplishments, as to each one I say the Passover word “dayenu” — it would have been enough. During the Passover dinner, one of the songs Jewish families sing is Dayenu. It is in the nature of a “count your [Read More]

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Politics

Bookworm Beat 3/8/2019 — the Democrat Party goes full anti-Semitism

An illustrated edition focusing on the Dems’ weirdly ecumenical transition from anti-Black (slavery, Jim Crow, ghettoization) to untrammeled anti-Semitism. (Plus other examples of the myriad threats socialists pose to America, and the way Trump is a bulwark against those threats.) Before getting to the posters, a short video I urge [Read More]

Progressive Unanimity
Politics

Progressive unanimity and breaking stride

Progressive unanimity can seem enviable because of the strength it projects, but it can also lead the way to madness and systemic collapse. If you’re old enough, you can remember back to 1981 when the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Kansas City suffered America’s deadliest, non-terrorist caused structural collapse, which killed [Read More]

Bookworm Beat Mob
Politics

Bookworm Beat 11/30/18 — Another round-up of interesting news

Another Bookworm Beat looking at the daily news, including the daily propaganda from former news outlets, all of which is endlessly fascinating It’s not Trump’s foibles, but the media’s failures, that account for his low numbers. NeverTrumpers, looking at the chasm between Trump’s out-sized positive accomplishments in areas that matter [Read More]

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Politics

Bookworm Beat 11/20/18 — some quick links

You’ll find it all in this Bookworm Beat: Airbnb, antisemitism, Women’s March madness, Obama madness, gender madness, climate madness, and so much more. My children are grown and off to college, but some days they still need their mother. I’ve spent quite some time on the phone today with both [Read More]

Social Issues

A couple of quick points about eugenics, climate change, and art restoration

The eugenics debate from a century ago bears striking similarities to the climate change debate today, while Leftists try to bring racism to old statuary. I’ve actually been doing paid legal work all day long, with a short deadline, which makes blogging difficult if not impossible. Nevertheless, I wanted to [Read More]

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Politics

Bookworm Beat 9/12/2018 — the Benghazi tragedy and an illustrated edition

Today is the 6th anniversary of four American deaths in Benghazi. This round-up remembers that day and looks at some current news too — plus pictures! Remembering the men who died at Benghazi. Today is the six-year anniversary of the attack on the consulate in Benghazi. Four Americans died: Ambassador [Read More]

John Cox
Politics

The choice for California governor: John Cox v. Gavin Newsom

In the battle for California governor, a surprisingly even-handed pro-Gavin Newsom flyer makes an incredibly strong case for voting for Republican John Cox. In an ideal world, on June 5, when California voters go to the polls, members of the various political parties would have a chance to select which [Read More]