Do you remember when you were little, and you were picking up teams for sports, there was always one kid who no one wanted? The one kid who was so inept he ensured that his team would lose. Yes it was cruel. But it was often correct.
Oh, this is just too good. Back in 2014, I wrote Icebreaker Irony, which was, well, very ironic. Here’s a sample: Every now and again, a story comes along so filled with ironic goodness that I spend days chuckling whenever I think of it, and particularly, whenever I think of the [Read More]
By Patrick O’Hannigan Roy Scranton is an Assistant Professor of English at the University of Notre Dame and a U.S. Army veteran of the Iraq War. On the evidence of a mid-July essay for the New York Times, Scranton is also a man in need of an intervention. The birth [Read More]
Progressives and climate change fanatics hit the roof over a column in the New York Times written by newcomer Conservative, Bret Stephens. Stephens first article took on the uncertainty of the science behind climate change. Imagine the heads exploding which is exactly what happened over this particular sentence, “Claiming total [Read More]