Predictions and a Lightning Round

Oct. 14, 2017 by

Hello new reader! If you enjoyed our content so far, we encourage you to join the debate today by subscribing here.I have been in a funk lately, which is probably

Bill de Blasio

Sep. 18, 2017 by

There are many possible contenders for the title of “Most Consummate Ass in Politics,” but the Mayor of New York City, Bill de Blasio, is certainly in the running.[1] We

A WSJ Trifecta  (Part One)

Sep. 10, 2017 by

The Wall Street Journal (“WSJ”) has recently informed me that it will no longer be delivering hard copy in my neighborhood, leaving the online version as the only alternative.  This

The Afghan 180° and Other TIBRHeW[1]

Sep. 1, 2017 by

Having just returned from another vacation – about which more in the Some Culture section below – here are some short thoughts in an overly long post. Afghanistan For many

Scott Adams, OPE

Aug. 5, 2017 by

As the creator of the Dilbert cartoon, it is perhaps not appropriate to give Scott Adams an Obscure Public Enemy award.  However, his political views, and his pretentious sophistries in

School Inc. and Other TIBRHeW [1]

Jul. 31, 2017 by

School Inc. is the name of a documentary series that has somehow made it past the left-wing censors at PBS.  It is the work of Andrew Coulson, a former senior

Wimbledon Finger Exercises

Jul. 16, 2017 by

Although I have been heavily distracted by Roger Federer potentially rolling to his 19th Grand Slam title, and recovering from my mysterious illness (which turned out to be some muscle

4th Of July Finger Exercises

Jul. 4, 2017 by

After an early return from my secret adventure due to a weird illness and injury[1], I will get back into the swing with some finger exercises. Automation and Jobs It’s

Terrorism…

Jun. 18, 2017 by

(THIS WILL BE MY LAST POST FOR APPROXIMATELY THREE WEEKS.  RETURNING IN JULY) This is the face of terror.  It is three losers from the council estates of East London,

The UK And French Elections

Jun. 13, 2017 by

The UK Vote The Year of Voting Recklessly, to borrow from Bret Stephens, continues. As of this writing, the UK still does not have a government, although it looks like