Res ipsa loquitor
March 13, 2008 • (0) Comments
Barney Frank wants voters to believe that the Bush administration got us into the present financial mess. This is a toxic lie.
Jonah Goldberg, writing in the New York Post, decries a new low from the political class. And nails it.
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) has a new slogan: The breast is best! Now I guess we finally have something to agree about.
Okay, so “manifesto” may be a bit hyperbolic. Anyway, here are ten lessons I’ve discovered the hard way.
Future historians will invariably speak of the American Left’s near-universal opposition to our invasion to eliminate Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction. But how will they reconcile these remarks?
A little parable about beer has been making its way around the internet via email circulation for a few years, but a fresh copy came my way recently just when I needed to explain to my sons why welfare states don’t work.
Going into this election, we knew that some voters would say No to any tax increase, but vetoing this program was “penny-wise and pound-foolish.”
We’ve all seen that clever photo essay comparing New Orleans’ earthen and concrete levee construction to technological marvels of engineering in “enlightened” Europe. Are Europeans just smarter?
Spring is in the air, but will there be baseball?