Cheap Activism

Cheap Activism

Among the many bits of news and information that recently crossed my feed were two that offered a stark contrast in, lets call it “prog-activism.” The first involved the staging of Mrs. Doubtfire in Seattle. Apparently, the Seattle Times, in an unsigned...
Mining For Malice

Mining For Malice

In a long-ago conversation with someone of a social-justice bent, I offered up the element of the “Protestant work ethic” that’s about “being left alone in one’s toil,” as a goal of people of a libertarian bent. The context was...
Dudgeon On Stilts

Dudgeon On Stilts

Comedian Chris Rock once asked his audience, “who’s the biggest liars, men or women?” After a rowdy crowd response, he informed us that “men lie the most, women tell the biggest lies.” His explanation is consistently hilarious, but he...
Nattering Nabobs of NATO

Nattering Nabobs of NATO

I choose not to watch television news. At all. No CNN, no Fox, no MSNBC, none of the broadcast networks. I much prefer to read my news, because the data rate is so much greater and because I don’t care for the curating, drip-feeding, and editing-by-omission that...
Progressives’ Plank Walk

Progressives’ Plank Walk

Election season has taken a bit of a break in the past few weeks, with the Trump impeachment show dominating the news and social media. That’s not to say stuff hasn’t happened, though. Kamala Harris just joined Beto O’Rourke, Bill De Blasio, Kirsten...

Woke, the Destroyer

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is the first of several that will appear under an Anonymous by-line. Today’s hyper-woke culture has dampened the ability to offer certain critiques without risk of unwarranted personal disparagement. The authors are known to the...