Vegan Joaquin Phoenix to Save Rabbit-Eating Snakes


Mirror, mirror, on the wall who in the land is silliest of all?
Exhibit one: In Year of the Dog we travel with two hysterical vegans, Peggy (Molly Shannon) and Newt (Peter Sarsgaard). They both have issues. And, in one memorable scene, Peggy returns to Newt’s house to pick up her dog. Just one slight problem [...]

Throwing Tomatoes: Poliwood on Tom Hanks’ Anti-Americanism


At Pajamas TV, Roger L. Simon (author of Blacklisting Myself and Oscar-nominated screenwriter) and Lionel Chetwynd (Oscar-nominated filmmaker) talk about actor Tom Hanks’ recent outrageous statements about World War II. For those of you who don’t remember, Hanks said that America fought against the Japanese not because the latter were fascists bent on dominating and [...]

And the Oscar Goes To…Dalal Mughrabi, PLO Terrorist


It is almost midnight, but I can’t sleep. I am haunted by their faces, by the thought that, thirty-two years ago, at this very hour, both Gail and Dalal were still alive.
Gail was packing her cameras, checking that she had enough film and the right lenses. She would get up early so the beach would [...]

Obamacare: The Bankrupting of America


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Even when the Left is most passionately arguing its ideas it cannot help but sabotage itself.

The Heretics: McIntyre and McKitrick


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A retired engineer and an economics professor are a thorn in the side of the global warming establishment.

Hippies: still not dead enough


No need to drill in Alaska, folks. One of our great untapped natural resources remains the sheer red hot hatred that Gen Xers like me feel towards unrepentant hippies and radical boomers, the people who saddled us with drugs, divorce and fourteen minute guitar solos.
You catch a whiff of this contempt in the comments at [...]

A Welfare Tale – by Kidist Paulos Asrat


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A new film offers a disappointing portrayal of black single mothers caught in welfare’s grip.

Another Virtuoso Lunch Break


Classical music isn’t the only music that the older, more mature and more traditional folks enjoy, and as long as the kids keep promoting their rock & roll bands, I’ll continue to offer alternatives for the rest of us.
In today’s offering, you’ll be treated to another great piano virtuoso, Oscar Peterson. Oscar was every bit [...]

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Caroline Glick: Narcissists and madmen, Jerusalem Post


Perhaps when the history of our times is written, ours will be called The Era of Narcissistic Catechisms. To understand why this is the case it is enough to consider the fortunes of two green movements.On the main stage of global affairs this week we have the much touted UN climate change conference in Copenhagen. […]

Just How Big Is Climategate? The Tiger Woods Index Measures Media Incompetence


Two weeks and counting, and the fringe media continues to ignore the biggest story of year, if not the decade.
Since media coverage no longer gives any indication whatsoever of the impact of or interest in a story, Richard North has devised what he calls the Tiger Woods Index (TWI), which measures actual interest in a [...]

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