Greece’s Socialist Candy Jar Runs Out


It was Margaret Thatcher who observed that the problem with socialism was that eventually you run out of other people’s money.
Given my insatiable Sweet Tooth, I have a different spin on this economic principle: eventually there will be nothing left in the community candy jar.
We see it now in Greece, as Bill O’Reilly explained in [...]

Let’s Have a Real Apartheid Education Week


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It’s high time for campuses to focus on the Muslim Middle East.

My Rebuttal to Charles Johnson’s Rebuttal to My Rebuttal


The next round of the Mauro-Johnson bout.
Charles Johnson has responded to my initial post on this website by saying that he never called me a racist and criticizing me for working for the Christian Action Network. Let’s run through his initial attack on my article about CPAC’s unbelievable decision to allow the John Birch Society [...]

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Darnit! Charles Johnson Catches Me Being a Racist! Whatever Shall I Do?


Y’know, I’m really glad that Charles Johnson of LittleGreenFootballs.com let me know I was a racist, because if I don’t fix that soon, it’s going to cause me major social problems.
On January 2, BloggingHeadsTV.com posted a webcam interview with Charles Johnson about his post titled, “Why I Parted Ways with the Right.” Watch the full [...]

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Ross Douthat: Obama’s Nobel Speech, NYTimes.com


Since I gave him so much grief for accepting the prize in the first place, I have to give the president credit for the speech itself. He faced the impossible task of having to give multiple addresses at once: A speech his European hosts expected to hear from a Nobel Prize winner; a speech that […]