Wednesday, February 10, 2016
Blog





Dr. Ben Carson calls it "dirty tricks," "blatant lying" and wants someone fired. Donald Trump calls it fraud, a stolen victory, and wants a redo. Ted Cruz calls it a "mistake" and clearly hopes to move on, as they say, after apologizing to Carson.

What is "it"? The false rumor that Carson was suspending his presidential campaign which Cruz campaign people used to urge Carson supporters to support Cruz on caucus night in Iowa. 

Evidence includes the email (image above) that CNN, Huffington Post, the Daily Mail and other media outlets have reported that the Cruz campaign sent to Iowa precinct captains. 

As super op Karl Rove explained...

Read More »



Meanwhile ... Bernie Sanders could possibly become the Democrat nominee for president.

A reader wrote in:

My wife and I have been looking forward to a Trump/Bernie general election precisely because we could witness a national MMA fight between capitalism and communism, and finish this thing once and for all.

He called my attention to a recent Sanders column by smear artist Ronald Radosh. 

First, Paul Sperry wrote a column in the New York Post arguing that "self-described socialist" Bernie Sanders was also a "communist." Small-c.

Radosh replied with a dissent posted at PJ Media arguing that Sanders was not a "Communist." Large-C.

Typo? A large-C communist is a party member -- a claim Sperry does not make....

Read More »



The great Geert Wilders addressed the Europe of Nations and Freedom group in Milan today.

Excerpt: 

Most of us here are leading in the polls in our respective countries. We are politically successful because we stand for the following five principles.

The principles of the new patriotism.

One, we want to close our borders for mass immigration from Islamic countries and the asylum tsunami. If I become Prime Minister of the Netherlands next year, I will close the Dutch borders at once.

Two, we must protect ourselves against the terrorist threat.

We do not want jihadis in our countries. And we must restore the safety of our citizens, especially our women. No more rape, no more sexual jihad. On New Year’s Eve in Cologne alone, over 1,000 women were assaulted,...

Read More »



Unveiling a work in progress, The Big Conservative Dictionary of Donald Trump. 

The fun part about The Big Conservative Dictionary of Donald Trump is that it is brought to you by those erudite conservatives who, some even between birthing the stink bombs below, endlessly deplore crudeness and "tone" in simply scads of elevating sermons and television lecture-bytes. (See "Rudeness Is not a Conservative Value,"  "Against Trump," etc.). 



Here we go -- so far.

A is for "Anal"



-- Rick Wilson, GOP consultant with...

Read More »

 

This is not a parody.

From The Local (Aus.):

An Austrian parent has complained after his daughter was given an altered version of a popular children's hymn in which the word 'God' was replaced with the word 'Allah'.

The woman told local media she was shocked when her daughter came home with the text to learn from the school in the Upper Austrian town of Wels.

The original song "Gottes Liebe ist so wunderbar" which means "God's love is so wonderful" is an extremely popular song for young children in Christian Austria. However, the teacher had decided to rewrite the text, replacing the word God with the word Allah.

The teacher justified the action by saying that the majority of children in the class of 10-year-olds were Muslims,...

Read More »



The Local (It.) reports:

Hassan Rouhani visited the Capitoline Museums with premier Matteo Renzi, having signed contracts worth up to €17 billion ($18.4 billion) on Monday.

And Renzi was clearly keen to avoid offending his new business partner. The nude statues and sculptures in the museum were completely covered by large white boxes ....



The decision to cover up nudity was seen as a mark of respect for the traditions of the Muslim country, which has only just had its trade sanctions lifted.

Ansa reported that as a further mark of respect, no wine was served at the official dinner during Rouhani's visit.

The vineyards await Allah's...

Read More »



Part 1 is here. 

A word cloud envelops the Ted Cruz campaign for president. "Consistent." "Conservative." "Reliable." "Consistent conservative," "reliable conservative." "Trusted." Or, as the tagline goes, "TrusTed."

This branding does not serve Ted Cruz well. After all, he is a politician. In his short career as a senator and presidential candidate, Cruz has already flip-flopped on vital immigration and trade issues. There is a pattern to his political "evolution." As a measure of the Trump effect, Cruz has moved from the globalist position to the nationalist position on Syrian refugess (for to against), Obamatrade (for to against), H1B visas (from calling for expansion to calling for a moratorium), birthright...

Read More »

 

On with Sam Sorbo to dispel the Cruz "consistency" myth and talk NR's backfire.

   



Below is an excerpt from a story appearing at WBUR, Boston's NPR, which includes an exchange with LaurenceTribe, a leading constitutional lawyer and professor, who taught constitutional law to Sen. Ted Cruz (also Cheif Justice John Roberts) at Harvard Law School. Tribe epitomizes the Left's approach to the Constitution as a "living" document. As such, Tribe says he would, as a Supreme Court justice, vote that Ted Cruz was eligilble for the presidency -- "but Ted always made fun of that way of looking at the Constitution." 

From the January 15, 2016 WBUR article:

Questions about his birth and eligibility to be president have become a major irritant for Cruz, who was also in New Hampshire this week. He wanted to focus on Second Amendment rights, terrorism and his effort to unite conservatives,...

Read More »



Rush Limbaugh said today that nationalism and populism have overtaken conservatism in terms of appeal. 

I would add that until Donald Trump's candidacy, neither nationalism nor populism were political choices. Both had been demonized into oblivion.

I would also add that since the heyday of William F. Buckley, Jr., conservatism has been synonomous with internationalism, which overrides nationalism, and has nothing to do with populism.

It is for this reason I suspect that many Americans who love Donald Trump will be voting for the first time. 

And it is for this reason I suspect that many of them would never vote for a Ted Cruz, because, no matter where he ends up in terms of political positioning, he, too, springs from the internationalist camp when it comes to immigration and economics, trade and borders: the existential issues that Donald Trump has made this presidentiail primary about. 

...

Read More »



For some of us, this is not about gotcha games, cresting news cycles or even, as Sen. Ted Cruz suggests, supporting Hillary I have endorsed Donald Trump (here), but I have also been writing about the natural born citizen issue and an array of eligibility-related issues (e.g., fraud, forgery) at least as long as Barack Hussein Obama has been president. Not that our best, brightest, bravest and most brilliant wanted to touch any of it then, either. But never have I seen advanced the crazy-if-you-believe-this-one definition of a "natural born citizen" attributed to Donald Trump by Sen. Cruz in Thursday night's debate (also discussed here). 

...

Read More »

 

 

He says: "Sprechen Sie Deutsch?"

She says: "Ja!"

This, as far as I can tell, is NOT a tasteless spoof of the rape jihad (I discuss it here with Frank Gaffney) sweeping Europe and the wider West. It is the cover of a German primer for sale for 14.90 Euros by a company called smarterGerman. 

Crystal clear is right.



Anti-Islam PEGIDA demo in Cologne

Some comments of mine in a recent report at WND.com on the Islamic war on women that erupted across Europe on New Year's Eve:

Conservative commentator Diana West also pins the responsibility squarely on Merkel.

“History should remember Angela Merkel...

Read More »

 

 

Dr. Peter V. Pry, former CIA analyst and author, came on Update Brazil this week with Allan Dos Santos and Jeff Nyquist to discuss the recent North Korean nuclear test, how very little the "experts" actually know about it, and why it is all too likely they (and we) have been deceived.

Pry believes it is likely that the North Koreans were testing a low-yield hydrogen bomb -- a neutron bomb, or, more likely, a super EMP weapon. Pry notes that, among other sources, South Korea military intelligence indicates that Russians are in North Korea helping them.

"Peter's initial presentation and analysis was one of the most profoundly disturbing things I have ever heard in an interview," Jeff told me after the interview -- which, given Jeff's expertise and experience, is saying something! 

 





 





...

Read More »





Independence Hall, Philadelphia

Mark Levin and Andrew C. McCarthy have taken strong positions on the constitutional eligibility of Sen. Ted Cruz for the presidency. In fact, they assert there is only one position -- that Cruz is eligible -- and, further, that it is (1) "wise" of Cruz to laugh off the question (McCarthy), and (2) that questions about Cruz's eligibility are "for the kooks" (Levin).

The issue recently resurfaced after the Washington Post asked Donald Trump about it. (Trump's remarks here.)

...

Read More »



Geert Wilders, whose Party for Freedom tops Dutch polls, has written an open letter to Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte. It concerns rampaging mobs of Muslim men on New Year's Eve in Germany, particularly in Cologne/Koln, which is about 50 miles east of the Dutch border.

Dear Mr. Prime Minister,

Yesterday and today, I received hundreds of emails. Hundreds of emails full of fear and indignation. About the horrific events on New Year's Eve in Cologne.   I have not heard you about those events. I find that very strange. After Paris last November, we now have Cologne. After the Islamic terror, the sexual jihad. But we do not hear you. Hello, Mr. Prime Minister? Are you still there?

What happened in Cologne is repulsive. Fear reigns in Germany, but also in the Netherlands. Don’t you notice it? Thousands of Dutch women worry about their safety. Thousands of Dutch men fear for the safety of their...

Read More »

 

MRCTV reports on astronomical immigration projections based on Census data compiled by the Senate Subcommittee of Immigration and the National Interest.

Looking on the bright side, I didn't know the Senate (Jeff Sessions aside) deliberated on "the National Interest." But the rest isn't so nice -- that is, if the national interest is your bag.    

The U.S. immigrant population is projected to increase by 715% from its 1970 level – hitting 78.2 million by 2060, Census data show. ...

Today, the foreign-born population is already at an all-time high of 42.4 million. Measured as a percentage of total national population, it is set to soon surpass the highest levels ever recorded and continue rising to new unseen records every year and decade to follow.

Left unchecked, immigrants...

Read More »



Image by Bosch Fawstin

I keep scrolling up and down the interview of Bosch Fawstin at National Review Online looking for something that is amazingly not there.

Fawstin, of course, is the talented artist who in 2015 won the Draw Mohammed contest in Garland, Texas, becoming internationally famous after the contest was attacked by Muslims seeking to carry out Islam's death penalty for making images of Mohammed.

I keep looking for his cartoon (posted above) in the article, written by Andrew C. McCarthy. The cartoon, after all, is the raison d'etre of this interview concerning the infinite chasm between free speech and Islamic blasphemy law.

I see Fawstin's face, his Pigman comic, his quotation in bold: "I draw Mohammed because...

Read More »



Hang around long enough and you see everything -- twice.

Seen at a town hall in New Hampshire 1999: Katherine Prudhomme asking the projected Democratic nominee for president a question about the credible story Juanita Broaddrick tells about being raped by Bill "Better Put Some Ice on That" Clinton.

Seen at a town hall in New Hampshire 2016: Katherine Prudhomme O'Brien, now a New Hampshire State Representative, trying to ask the projected Democratic nominee for president a question about the credible story Juanita Broaddrick...

Read More »



It wasn't long enough to rate as vanWinklen, but it was nearly as deep and now it's (pop) over.

Three items.

1) Catching up, I find myself in very fine company as one of Jack Cashill's "The Outstanding Cultural Warriors of 2015." My ticket is my 2013 book, American Betrayal, which Jack Cashill has earlier quite extravaganly compared with Witness, writing "I have a whole library of books on communism, but -- "Witness" excepted -- this may be the best." Now, he writes: 

In her dazzling book “American Betrayal,” West made a powerful case that the FDR White House, led by fifth columnist Harry Hopkins,...

Read More »

 



Be grateful to Islamic expert Andrew Bostom for doing the dirty work -- i.e., the study of Islam -- to link the perfectly foul ISIS fatwa on sex slavery to the perfectly foul canonical Islamic texts that sanction it. The media-political complex won't tell us the truth, falsely attributing the ISIS fatwa to "ISIS" or to "extremist" ideology -- and not to the teachings and traditions of Islam itself. 

Be grateful also to Breitbart News for publishing it.

Bostom writes (links in the original):

What was Muhammad’s “perfect” role model, vis-à-vis jihad slavery? Also, what do Islam’s canonical texts, especially the Koran and the hadith...

Read More »



Image by Gates of Vienna

--

In his recent essay considering Donald Trump and his proposed ban on Muslim immigration published at Gates of Vienna, Jeff Nyquist cuts a diamond, exposing sparkling new ways of thinking through the murk.

What is unusual about this essay, which is here, is its explication of first things -- patriarchy, nation, posterity, Constitution, etc. -- which restores to them, for want of better languague, the essential decency, which has been perverted, for want of a better label, by the Left. It is, of course, a story of Good and Evil, and Evil is winning. The age-old struggle. As limned by Nyquist,...

Read More »



"`Reprehensible and Indefensible': Did Someone Say Clinton?"

In the summer of 2013, Democratic National Committee chief Rep. Debbie Wasserman-Schultz (D-FL) called for the resignation of Democratic San Diego Mayor Bob Filner, previously a U.S. representative, after former supporters of the mayor went public with accusations of sexual harassment.  

Wasserman-Schultz:  

The misconduct Mayor Bob Filner has been accused of is reprehensible and indefensible. I am personally offended by his actions, and I firmly believe no employee should face a hostile environment or harassmentat their place of employment. There is no place for this type of conduct in the workplace and certainly not in our city halls and public offices.

...

Read More »

 

Posted below is my endorsement of Donald Trump as GOP 2016 presidential nominee which Breitbart News published today. It was about time to make such a statement, given that over the unfolding campaign season, my support for his candidacy has not wavered, but rather solidified for some of the reasons stated below. It all began with "the wall" -- the concept of border, concrete and metaphorical, that in our times is revolutionary. The voter-candidate bond was also forged in the hellaciously, noxiously fiery attacks on Trump from the mainstream Right, where I just happen to find some of my own choice antagonists, and perhaps for some similar reasons.

I had almost forgotten how bad these attacks have been, to tell the truth (probably blocked them out), so...

Read More »

 



Then there's Hillary Clinton and her insane, media-fired efforts to play the combatively aggrieved female, a woman affronted on behalf of all womanhood, cis to trans, for being the subject of a passive sentence improbably resuscitated by the past participle "schlonged."

As in -- for that remaining sliver of the Western world that has not heard -- Hillary "got schlonged" by Obama in the 2008 Democratic primaries. So sayeth Donald Trump, inimitably, but not, it turns out, uniquely. On the occasion of Geraldine Ferraro's death in 2011, an NPR host used this same vernacular to describe what happened in 1984 to Mondale-Ferraro on challenging Reagan-Bush. They got "schlonged," too.

Coarsening public diction (in a political season in which so many establishment voices have already covered themselves in toxic mud) aside:...

Read More »







Actually, the insanity is not possible to quantify. An abundance of social and political indicators break the meter.

The fact that there is no effective border of the United States is insane. The fact that 82 members of the Democratic Party have signed onto a House Resolution against free speech about Islam is insane. The fact that the United States still has troops risking -- and losing -- their lives in Afghanistan for the tag end of a bankrupt Bush-Obama political agenda is insane. On this eve of Christmas, with six grieving American families having just met their war dead returned from Afghanistan yesterday, it is also cruel and crying out for redress.

The insanity doesn't end in the "advisory" mission in Afghanistan now being carried out by some 10,000 Americans. Think about what the six Americans we have lost -- four of whom were members of the Air...

Read More »



US Marine marksman, Sangin district, Helmand Province, Afghanistan, June 2011

Sangin is falling or has fallen.

What is Sangin?  A 200-square-mile petri dish inside the 250,000-plus-square-mile Afghanistan laboratory of for failed nation-building/COIN experimentation in blood overseen by George W. Bush, Barack Obama, David Petraeus, Stanley McChrystal and other mad political/military scientists while our own nation's borders remained, and remain, undefended.

A few notes from along the way.

December 3, 2010: "Sangin: Epicenter of US Government...

Read More »



12.21.15: Avi Davis passed away this morning in Los Angeles. RIP.

---

I have only just heard the tragic news that Avi Davis recently suffered a massive heart attack and remains hospitalized in a coma.

Avi is a loyal friend and dear colleague, the head of the LA-based American Freedom Alliance, an organization that has in professional terms been extremely supportive of my books, The Death of the Grown-Up and American Betrayal both. 

During the sustained attacks on American Betrayal spearheaded by David Horowitz's Frontpage magazine, Avi had occasion to prove his mettle: both his independence of mind and moral compass. Declining to follow the cowardly lead of many who reacted to the smear campaign by joining it or shunning the book, Avi decided instead to stage a public event around American Betrayal and M. Stanton Evans' and Herbert Romerstein's Stalin's Secret Agents both, inviting me to Los Angeles in December 2013 to speak at the Skirball Cultural Center. There I was joined via video by both Stan Evans and Sebastian Gorka. The following evening, Avi hosted a private dinner for 20, followed by a book-signing-cum-discussion drilling down on the possibly reasons behind the controversy American Betrayal had created.

...

Read More »



American Betrayal: A Christmas story?

Not really. However, it is the striking case that most of the main action of the book takes place within a span of years notably bookended (see below) by two Christmases: Christmas, 1919, when Lenin ordered the Chekists, his pre-KGB secret police, to shoot anyone failing to show up for work in observance of St. Nicholas' Day, and Christmas 1991, the day the USSR officially dissolved.

The book attempts to unmask some mass of the colossal deception and fakery that have taken shape in between those two Christmas seasons as consensus-history, the nearly completely false narrative from which we take many twisted lessons that thwart us to this day.

No, it is not a Christmas story. But it is a tale of good and evil, truth and lies, and why light is losing to darkness, usually without seeing any of it coming.

From American Betrayal, Chapter...

Read More »



In the run-up to Election 2012, I asked the question whether Americans would choose to be citizens or subjects of the almighty State. In giving Barack Obama a second term, Americans very much answered the latter.

Approaching the next presidential election, the question once again presents itself -- although it is harder than ever to win one for the Citizen, given the extent to which the Republican party is the jealous guardian of the almighty collective.

From the vault:

Election 2012: Citizen or Subject

Back in 2008, during the peak illusory powers of Barack Obama as the post-partisan hopester-and-changer, the media consistently failed to report that the statist beliefs of the Democratic presidential nominee came straight...

Read More »

 

Listen here.





Fear makes blackguards out of bullies. It makes them behave in disgraceful ways. As they see their thuggish dominance dissipate, their thrones of lies lurch and topple, they rage, they spit, they dribble. They lash out, and always at the best of their opponents. The patriot. The one whose example inspires others. 

So it is with the vials of acid barely disguised as news stories being hurled from all around the polluted-mainstream media at national security expert Frank Gaffney, founder of the Center for Security Policy. Why? For Frank Gaffney's unceasing campaign to alert and inform Americans and particularly our lawmakers, whose sworn duty it is to protect our Constitution, about the totalitarian perils of the legal, political, religious system codified in Islam as sharia, or Islamic law. Why now? For his campaign's great success.  

As jihad attacks recur with greater frequency and proximity -- and predictably...

Read More »





Alger Hiss (center), Soviet GRU agent, State Department official, and the first General Secretary of the United Nations 

---

Over on what we think of as the right side of the political spectrum, critiques of Donald Trump often include laments and/or teeth-gnashings over his "splitting the Republican Party," and/or his "not being a conservative."    

Free Beacon editor Matthew Continetti approaches this same and, to him, alarming territory with an eye on whether Trump's candidacy portends a historic shift in the GOP as we have known it in recent decades.

He writes:

Normal 0 false false false EN-US JA X-NONE ...

Read More »

 

Time magazine has chosen its "person of the year" -- Angela Merkel. For her role in triggering this late (last?) phase of the destruction of Europe, its peoples and the nation-state, she is not unworthy of the distinction; however, note the designation by which Time has recognized her: "Chancellor of the Free World."

Even Orwell would be staggered.

There is nothing "free" in Merkel's domain so much admired by Time and other media organs. In this domain she has ruled as thuggishly as a dictator, overturning treaties and customs, draining treasuries and rendering the citizens of Germany, and, as much as possible, wider Europe, into pawns, drones, to fit into an earth-sized blueprint of social engineering. What arises from Merkel's brave new plans to "redistribute" mainly male, mainly Islamic population blocs by the tens, no, the...

Read More »



Waffen-SS shoulder patch of Bosnian Muslim division, a brainchild of SS leader Heinrich Himmler.  

---

Whether it is the New York Daily News' dead-brain invocation of Adolf Hitler to attack Trump for calling for a moratorium on Islamic immigration, or former Vice President Cheney's no more astute reliance on religious freedom as a critique, overwhelming ignorance is the underlying theme.      

Ignorance about what?

Ignorance about Islam, for starters. Ignorance also about the living, breathing and quite public expressions of fondess for Hitler in the Islamic world -- only the first monkey wrench in the NYDN's quite obscene absurdism -- also the prevalence of Holocaust denial and popularity of Mein Kampf to boot. There is ignorance, too, about Hitler's noted admiration for Islam.

...

Read More »





For years, I've advocated a halt to Islamic immigration as the obvious, urgent first step to take in order to halt the Islamic transformation of our laws and customs democratically through the import of pro-sharia population blocs.

Of course, such a transformation becomes evident with even a tiny Islamic demographic of 1 or 2 percent, as we have seen in many European countries; further, such peaceful -- or, better, previolent -- Islamization poses the far greater risk to national survival than acts of terror committed by individual Muslims. As Geert Wilders concisely puts it: The more Islam there is in a society, the less freedom there is. Naturally, Wilders, who leads the No. 1 party in the Netherlands, calls for a ban on Islamic immigration in Holland. He also seeks to close Salafist mosques...

Read More »



We remember December 7th for the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor -- a date that has lived in infamy, just as President Franklin Roosevelt predicted on announcing the Japanese air assault on U.S. forces in 1941.

Some 2,400 U.S. servicemen lost their lives in the attack, which triggered the official entry of the U.S. into World War II.

However, key culprits -- without whom it is unlikely that the attack would have taken place -- continue to evade our judgment, having failed to enter our bank of common knowledge that informs our understanding of this attack and other, similarly cataclysmic events, as discussed in American Betrayal. 

Thus, we continue to recall the infamy of the air attack on our forces, but never take note of the essential preparations for it, as executed by Stalin's agents, secret soldiers in the USSR's unceasing intelligence war against our nation which preceded, paralleled and followed World War II -- also discussed in American Betrayal.

...

Read More »

 

Via Breitbart.



About the reaction of American Muslims to 9/11.

How about word from Akbar S. Ahmed, currently the Ibn Khaldun Chair of Islamic Studies at American University in Washington, D.C., and formerly the first Distinguished Chair of Middle East and Islamic Studies at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, MD?

On p. 149 of his 2003 book, Islam Under SIege: Living Dangerously in a Post-Honor World, Ahmed describes a trip he took to Cleveland, Ohio in October of 2001 to deliver the annual lecture of the Ibn Sinna Society. 

He writes:

The night before my event, my host, Dr. Zia Khan, invited about 60 professional Muslims -- Arabs, Iranians, South Asians -- to his home. ...

Normal 0 false false false...

Read More »



This is a picture of "the Concourse" in Chichester, England. Gorgeous, isn't it? Speaks to the afluence and ease of this village of 400, obviously overflowing with tax monies and other extras. So what if there are no sidewalks or streetlights? It is here, in this garden spot, that the British government is planning to warehouse some 200 young men from the Third World, most if not all of whom are Muslim.

Will British Prime Minister Cameron, now feverishly planning to "lead" the UK into a pointless war in Syria to save the world from jihad, even as jihad at home entrenches the British sharia-state, ever see what he has wrought, even from a speeding limosine?   

This is not another story of "national suicide," the term often invoked to bemoan governmental responses to the "refugee" "crisis" in Europe.

It is another story of nation-murder by the State.

From the Chichester Observer:

It has...

Read More »





I don't know why this didn't occur to me much, much sooner.

It probably had something do with the task (repeatedly) at hand, which I will quickly review for new readers. ("Advanced" readers may want to skip.)

For more than two years, that task has been to refute lies, distortions and fabrications set forth in a score of straw-man attacks on American Betrayal as launched by a small, identifiable cabal. Such attacks are then either repeated, accepted, acquieseced to, or even enforced by a wider circle of "colleagues." A long time ago, I thought I was dispensing with it all here, but...

Read More »



Toward Soviet America by William Z. Foster, CPUSA chairman, was first published in 1932. Later, copies of the book would be purged and almost eliminated entirely from American bookstores and libraries in what was presumably the CP response to the latest Moscow line; but surely it was also to try to put this spitting Soviet-American cat back in the bag. Interestingly, the book would be reprinted in 1961 with a foreword and commentary by the chairman of the House Committee on Un-American Activities, Rep. Francis E. Walter, who recommended that every American read it as a blueprint of Soviet intentions much like Mein Kampf was a blueprint of Hitler's. The 1932 version (sans HCUA commentary) is now available online.

For the first time, I just picked up my new 1961 copy, formerly from the library of the late, great Stanton Evans, opened...

Read More »

 

Scene from a fine Thanksgiving Day, 2015.

OBAMACARE

All it takes for evil to

triumph 

Is for good men to do

nothing.

Edmund Burke

loulsava@teaparty.org*

--

*If I've read the e-address correctly, the website doesn't exist any more.

But by the field, in that sunshine, the sign poses the eternal challenge. 

 



Eight years ago -- two generations of college students ago -- I visted Yale to speak about my just-published first book, The Death of the Grown-Up.  

What happened back then offers a little context for what is happening today.

From October 19, 2007: "Making the West Disappear."

Earlier this week, I took a trip down memory lane to Yale, where I happily attended college almost 25 years ago in the second decade of its co-ed existence. Which meant that I was plenty old enough to be the mother of the undergraduates I was addressing in the traditionally genteel setting of a "master's tea." The tea, attended by about two dozen, was in beauteous Branford, one of Yale's 12 residential colleges, all carved stone and grassy courtyard.

...

Read More »

 

My weekly segment on The Sam Sorbo Show, with thanks to Tundra Tabloids.

Privacy Statement  |  Terms Of Use
Copyright 2012 by Diana West