• Daniel Hannan goes to the heart of things, praising the rule of law
    As I said, today I got to hear Daniel Hannan speak as part of promoting his new book, Inventing Freedom: How the English-Speaking Peoples Made the Modern World. I have my autographed copy in hand, and am look forward reading it. To the extent Hannan's talk was a preview of his book, I know I'm going to like it, and then drive everyone crazy by quot […]
  • Hippies Achieve Communal Marijuana Utopia by Government Decree
    Now, in the glorious People's Republic of Berkeley, the great unwashed masses shall by law receive free marijuana of the chronic variety! Free! Absolutely free! That'll stick it to the "man"!
  • Biological Reality is NOT Child Abuse
    Slate recently published an article warning parents of a most insidious "treatment" that is forced on babies without the babies' parents' consent. What is this "treatment"?
  • Open thread - the illustrated edition
    Not to make you feel less fortunate than I am or anything, but I won't be blogging for a few hours today because I'm going to hear Daniel Hannan speak!! Even better, I'll be going with Charles Martel. Yay! While I'm gone, please consider this an Open Thread. I can suggest a few topics, and I've got lots of posters to spur you on rega […]
  • The DemProg's love of government
    One of the reasons I didn't write anything yesterday was that we went into the City to have lunch with friends. The food was wonderful, which I knew would be the case, since Yank Sing is my favorite restaurant. The conversation was frustrating. (Read more.)
  • Protip to Anti-Gun Democrats: Don't Wage a #WarOnWomen who are Heavily Armed
    Remember the narrative on how conservatives and the GOP are waging a "War on Women"? Clearly the only way to combat this is to… offer a $100,000 reward for naked pictures of a teenage girl??? Really???
  • Saturday night round-up (the moron edition) and Open Thread
    I did something today that I very seldom do: I went clothes shopping for myself. I spend an inordinate amount of time shopping for everyone else in the family, but between shopping fatigue, denial about my post-baby figure (although I'll concede I was too thin pre-babies), and the ridiculous amount of money clothes cost nowadays even on sale, there
  • Fashion Photography by Gavin Glave
    Gavin Glave is a talented freelance photographer based in London, UK. Gavin shoot a lot of fashion and glamour photography. He worked for clients such as Southern Fried Records/ Data records, Sony music & Base London.
  • Federal Judge Declares California's Death Penalty Unconstitutional… For Lack of Executions
    A Federal judge ruled the death penalty in California to be Unconstitutional because people sentenced to death haven't been put to death. Apparently, being alive is "cruel and unusual punishment" under the 8th Amendment of the Bill of Rights.
  • Appalled by its brief moment of decency and morality regarding Israel, the WaPo bounces back with pure antisemitism
    Two days ago, I lauded the Washington Post for publishing a rare anti-Hamas editorial. I say "rare" because Israel supporters have long felt that the Washington Post has consistently slanted its news to be hostile to Israel. This hasn't been done too overt a way. Instead, it manifests itself in spin, subtle digs, and put downs to the Israelis, […]
  • The round-up I meant to do yesterday
    I got so taken up yesterday with my post asking if Obama is truly deranged that I never got around to sharing with you all the great material I found. Some things, however, only improve with age, so here they are. (Read more.)
  • Breaking the Frisco-L.A. Axis: Six Californias
    Timothy Draper, a Silicon Valley venture capitalist, has successfully collected enough signatures to put his proposal to split California up into six states on the 2016 California ballot. This would serve to beat the San Francisco – Los Angeles axis that throttles the rest of the state.