Today is the last scheduled day for decisions and opinions scheduled by the Supreme Court. In the comments to this post, I’ll be glossing the Voting Rights Act, affirmative action, and same-sex marriage cases.* And, of course, setting up a… Continue Reading
This is a rather difficult post for me to write. Mostly, because it runs contrary to what I want to believe. It also challenges beliefs that I have had over the years and makes me wonder if I believed them… Continue Reading
Well, the terminology anyway: AP Stylebook editors sat down with a number of groups who were concerned about their entry on the the term in recent years and “sought the views of a cross section of AP staffers” on the… Continue Reading
The state of Alabama has enacted a new law which would restrict the flow of various benefits to people not legally present in the country. You can read the entire text of the new law here. Alabama’s new law has… Continue Reading
This morning will be the new House of Representative’s much-ballyhooed ceremonial reading of the Constitution. While some are trying to attack this new ritual as a waste of $1.1 million, I tend to agree with the idea that the money… Continue Reading
Hoover Institution Senior Fellow Victor Davis Hanson took a self-guided tour throughout the southern half of California’s San Joaquin Valley and reports on what he saw and found. Some of his observations appear to be oddly ignorant of what seem… Continue Reading
One of the “facts” being thrown around in the swirling debate about immigration is the phenomenon of “anchor babies.” The legend is that an illegal immigrant will come to the U.S. and have a baby here. Because that baby is… Continue Reading
Amusing and insightful, the way good satire ought to be.
Really, it does. This is what it’s all about.
In a recent column pointed out to me earlier tonight by an online friend, I note that firebrand columnist Ann Coulter, buried in a fair amount of invective and taunting (which is, after all, her trademark) has come across a… Continue Reading