Politics & War
In a couple of months, Michael E Mann's defamation suit against me will enter its sixth year in the constipated bowels of DC justice...
RussiaRussiaRussiaRussiaRealbitofnewsRussia RussiaRussiaRussia... Wait a minute, what was that? On Monday night Imran Awan, the principal IT aide to former DNC honcho Debbie Wasserman Schultz, was arrested at Dulles Airport attempting to flee the country. "IT" means information technology, as in computers, as in hacking, as in what the Democrats insist happened to the election. Mr Awan's wife, Hina Alvi, has already flown the coop. In March, she pulled their three kids out of school and skipped back to Lahore, with (according to the FBI) "numerous pieces of luggage" and over $12,000 in cash. Monday's airport arrest follows the seizure of broken hard drives from the garage of the Awans' former home. The hard drives had been smashed with a ...
As I've said before, I've said it before. One of the occupational hazards of the commentative biz is that what's new - the daily news item - simply illustrates the same old thesis you've been hammering for years, so that life's rich pageant comes to seem like a Broadway catalogue song, a great torrent of accumulation all making the ever wearier point - that "You're the Top", "The Lady is a Tramp", "These Foolish Things remind me of you". Or in our case: We're the Pits, The Lady is a Transitioning Gentleman, and These Foolish Things remind me that our civilization's on the express chute to oblivion. Here, by way of example, are a couple of stories readers asked for my thoughts on in the last 24 hours: Richard Dawkins has become the latest ...
On the eve of Canada's 150th birthday, a breakthrough for multicultural diversity!
The most important determination the media make is deciding what category a story falls into...
On Saturday morning, Mark started the day with Abby, Pete and Clayton on "Fox & Friends" discussing the latest ructions inside and outside the White House:
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