A great quote from a man with real-world experience: “Ninety percent of the politicians give the other ten percent a bad reputation.” – Henry Kissinger

Unintended Consequences

As usual, great commentary from Victor Davis Hanson: Were NBC anchor Brian Williams’s fantasies fake news? Were Dan Rather’s “fake but accurate” Rathergate memos? How about the party line circulated in JournoList or the Washington and New York reporters who

Can You Trust Snopes?

I used to consider the Snopes web site a reputable source…  it appears that they also have succumbed to a political agenda: Snopes got the facts wrong despite deploying not one but two fact-checkers to the case.  The first, Kim

CNN and Reasonable People

I was in the Atlanta airport during a recent business trip so it was difficult to avoid hearing the CNN broadcast.  It’s interesting that the 20 minutes of Wolf Blitzer was primarily complaints about the fact that Trump chose to

What’s Happening in America

From my buddy,  Joe K, comes some Irish insights about America.  It’s hard to argue with these basic observations: “We have been going through a cultural paroxysm for the last 10 years — the rise of identity politics has created

Immigration Reality

The Leftists are apoplectic over Trump’s executive order halting immigration from terrorist-spawning countries. Here is an interesting viewpoint on what’s really happening: Advocates of sane, secure immigration policy have long noted that it’s almost impossible to have a reasonable discussion of