Tulsi Gabbard as Microcosm

Tulsi Gabbard as Microcosm

With the results of the New Hampshire primaries in, and with their doubling as Iowa’s, after the debacle there, some patterns emerge: Amy Klobuchar’s stock gained greatly. With the party at knives-out at everyone over diversity (everyone but themselves,...
Faux Foie Gras Follies

Faux Foie Gras Follies

To a consumer of libertarian bloggage, the observation of the government getting something wrong would be a betrayal of bland banality. But New York City’s foie gras ban is not just wrong, it is a case study in the ecosystem of government wrongness. The most...
Sunday Musings #1

Sunday Musings #1

EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the first of a recurring (and likely irregular) series of quick-hits. Because, not everything needs a thousand words. Thanks for reading! Marked Forever Hot on the heels of President Trump’s impeachment acquittal by the Senate (and,...
To Serve, or to Rule?

To Serve, or to Rule?

William McGurn, over at the Wall Street Journal, recently pondered why Democratic Presidential hopeful Amy Klobuchar has declared that won’t release her list of potential Supreme Court judges unless and until after she wins the Presidency. While it was standard...