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Mark Steyn’s lead post at NRO today was an argumentative (and organizational) trainwreck. Here’s just one of the fallacious lovelies. Steyn observes that lefties have in the past been against marriage, as a kind of anti-bourgeois bit of posing. And … Continue reading
Jed Babbin, over at The American Spectator, has some objections to the gender-integration of combat troops. He breaks the issue into two questions: First and foremost is whether the presence of women will add to or detract from the readiness … Continue reading
David Catron’s piece at the American Spectator is titled: Is Obamacare Socialism or Fascism? How about liberal, progressive, or egalitarian for tertium quids? (N.B., check out Catron’s opening paragraph, where he insists that he won’t eat healthy food, and thinks … Continue reading
I watched the first Republican debates this last Tuesday. Michele Bachmann, I felt, got the short end of the stick. Even for her coming out party (she declared herself in the race at the debates), she was too often talked … Continue reading
Jay Homnick at The American Spectator isn't buying the "apotheosis of Obama" narrative he thinks is being told about the operation to take out Osama Bin Laden. Partly because the target didn't really matter any more. He says: Osama has … Continue reading