Archive for March, 2004
My friend Boston T. Party has just sent me a review copy of his new book of fiction, Molon Labe. The story: After a decade of retaking their stolen freedoms, the people of Wyoming (many of them newcomers) are forced to finally confront their jealous masters in the U.S. Government. Can a lone, courageous state [...]
Conservative students of Utah were challenged Friday by a national pundit to do their part to end political indoctrination on their campuses. David Horowitz, a conservative activist and author of the Academic Bill of Rights, spoke in favor of intellectual diversity at the convention for the Utah Federation of College Republicans in Logan. Article here. [...]
Remember the great dialects in the movie Fargo? (Especially Frances McDormand.) Here’s the lady who taught it.
Ok, I’m back. I’ve been out of commission for a couple of weeks, and more on that tomorrow. In the meantime, here’s the little twit Shapiro, who says he is there to “shine the light on the truth” for all of us. This kid wouldn’t know an intellectual thought if it was drilled into his [...]
Oh boy. Remind me again why any woman needs any doctor’s permission to get these. One state – Washington – is experimenting with allowing women to make their own decisions about their bodies. And we’re expected to cheer this.
Homeboy Bob Seger is just now making it into the Hall of Fame. What hogwash.
Politicians are brilliant. So brilliant, in fact, that they come up with great ideas like charging taxpayers – in my community – an administrative fee to pay their taxes. So, take my money, and charge me for the pleasure of being done unto. Yep.
Because that leads to misery, says our favorite misanthropic, anti-progressive – Gregg Easterbrook. Shame on you, Costso! Am I the only person that sees in Gregg Easterbrook, a guy who always writes like he is on the verge of slitting his wrists because he is so overwhelmed with wonderful choices and possibilities? Gregg, what’s “killing” [...]
A lot of people have written me about this email I received, and it’s been fun to hear the comments. Some comments of mine…..first off, I get these all the time, as do many writers. but I suspect that my being a woman makes me a bigger magnet for such assininity. It would be kind [...]
Tyler Cruise forwards this great article by Mr. Will Grigg from The New American: In the typical American home, the television set occupies the center of the living room, as if it were the household deity. People immersed in TV’s caricature of reality indulge in a delusional sense of intimacy with people they do not [...]