As the Gilligan of Hollywood Island, Alec Baldwin is my favorite liberal actor. I tend to pick on him and make fun, but this was a nice thing to do: After reading a Mar. 4 article in the New York Times about an 18-year-old female Army soldier preparing to embark on her first tour in […]

As the Gilligan of Hollywood Island, Alec Baldwin is my favorite liberal actor. I tend to pick on him and make fun, but this was a nice thing to do: After reading a Mar. 4 article in the New York Times about an 18-year-old female Army soldier preparing to embark on her first tour in […]

It’s the weekend, so I’m going to avoid politics for the time being in order to relax. I thought instead it would be interesting to include a bit of fascinating science. Just how big are objects in our universe? It’s difficult to grasp the enormity sometimes, but there’s an interesting series of pictures at this […]

It’s difficult to watch the reaction of British and American politicians to the events surrounding the 15 captured British sailors and marines without wondering how Margaret Thatcher and Ronald Reagan would have responded. We can be virtually assured that the Dynamic Duo of the 80′s would have, at the very least, reacted differently than Blair […]

The libification of the country and our ban-happy culture is now infiltrating the ranks of those who have spent literally hundreds of years keeping us free of libifiers and ban-happy despots — the U.S. Marines. From the A.P.: Five tattooed skulls stretch from Marine Cpl. Jeremy Slaton’s right elbow to his wrist, spelling out the […]

Wal-Mart, the company that gives so many labor unions and “workers rights” folks stress-induced acne, anger hives and the runs, is tops among companies when it comes to charitable giving. The company gave away $272 million last year, making it the largest corporate donor of charitable cash, but yet remains one of the biggest targets […]

The San Francisco City Council has voted to ban plastic grocery bags. Here’s a quick suggestion for the companies that make those now banned bags: Start calling them “grocery condoms” and not only will the S.F. Council approve, they’ll be handing them out in every school in the city. “Practice safe grocery shopping. This message […]

Not long ago I started reading an article about a school that banned Legos. At first I thought it might be because they were discovered to contain trans-fats or emit second-hand smoke, but the reason was a little more Marxist than that. My kids play with Legos on a fairly consistent basis, but little did […]

As I’ve written in the past, I’m no fan of the McCain-Feingold laws, as I tend to disdain counterproductive bureaucratic boneheaded policy. Ryan Sager has a good piece in today’s NY Sun called “Five years of failure” and he pretty much shares the sentiment, along with nailing the real reason McCain-Feingold exists. There’s also a […]

It’s a confession that must be made: I’ll be happy when President Bush’s term is over and there’s a new person for the left to hate. As a writer and a keen observer of whiffle-brained Tinseltown activists, it’s getting too confusing keeping track of who said what about Bush. The empty ideals, full wallets and […]

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