By: Mike McDaniel As I noted recently in Progressivism: Non-Falsifiable, progressives consider themselves to be intellectually superior to just about everyone, but particularly the peasants living their meaningless, aimless little lives in flyover country. The mere fact they are intellectually superior means they are, ipso facto, morally superior as well. Obviously, those holding advanced degrees through some magical process—perhaps osmosis?—are infused with an infallible moral sense.
For the Bookworm Beat, 2017 has been a wonderful and entertaining year. Moreover, this Bookworm predicts that 2018 will be even better. I only believe the good polls. While the polling did prove accurate in Alabama, the reality is that for the past couple of years, those people who rely [Read More]
I expended most of my authorial energy today attacking PBS’s Frontline show The Choice 2016, which purported to delve into Hillary’s and Donald’s character to help inform people in advance of the election but which was, in fact, a Hillary hagiography and a Donald hit piece. Still, there are a [Read More]
By: Mike McDaniel Oh, this is good: The Department of Energy said Tuesday it will reject the request by President-elect Donald Trump’s transition team to name staffers who worked on climate change programs. Energy spokesman Eben Burnhan-Snyder said the agency received ‘significant feedback’ from workers regarding a questionnaire from the [Read More]