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Programming note: Tonight, Monday, I'll be joining Tucker Carlson live across America at 8pm Eastern/5pm Pacific. If you're in the vicinity of the receiving apparatus, I hope you'll tune in. ~I said my piece on the end of the "Russia" investigation over the weekend, but before the release of the Attorney General's summary letter. On "Russia" and collusion, it is total victory for Trump. True, it took Mueller two years to reach a conclusion he could have made at the end of the first month. but that, alas, is the way of US "justice" in general. On his second conclusion - did Trump obstruct justice? - Mueller professes agnosticism, which is pathetic and weaselly, but again all too typical. Philosophically speaking, it is an interesting ...
I have a lousy week ahead of me, a se'nnight of non-stop litigious cockwombling. Which, even if one has right on one's side, is draining and depressing. So I find myself in the mood for some low comedy, and, as it's "EU Talent Day" on Monday, I thought I'd feature a quintessentially American take on the EU's talents. Among this picture's distinctions is the fact that it's Matt Damon's finest hour. Well, okay, finest three minutes. But maybe that's what he should stick to. We'll get to that later, as we celebrate the many pleasures of EuroTrip, which demonstrates a sounder grasp of geopolitical realities than most Hollywood product...
A brand new live-performance edition, with a very brooding ballad from 12-time Grammy winner Cheryl Bentyne:
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Michael E Mann's defamation suit against me enters its
Steyn celebrates the last of the Golden Age directors, the man who gave us Singin' in the Rain and Charade: Stanley Donen
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