David Kahane

Since February 2007, Michael Walsh has written for National Review both under his own name and the name of David Kahane, a fictional persona described as “a Hollywood liberal who ...

Since February 2007, Michael Walsh has written for National Review both under his own name and the name of David Kahane, a fictional persona described as “a Hollywood liberal who has a habit of sharing way too much about the rules by which [liberals] live.”

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Letting the Fish Out of the Bag

First Maerose Prizzi, now Stanley Fish: It’s getting so that the principles of American taqiyya just aren’t being observed any more, and we’re hauling off and telling you wingnuts what ...

‘A Pretty Damn Good Presidency’

Finally, someone person enough to stand up to you hate-spewing hateful haters and the insufficiently prematurely anti-fascist recidivist revanchists on our side and tell it like it is about the Emperor ...
Politics & Policy

What Are the 39 Steps?

I’m sure glad you wingnuts have finally figured out there’s nothing wrong with this rotten country of ours that can’t be fixed with a two-step, three-step, twelve-step program, five-year plan, ...

Crypto-Fascist Hollywood

Leave it to America’s greatest novelist, Rick “Ice Storm” Moody, to bravely speak truth to power about the neo-crypto-fascist hostile Hollywood workplace in which we long-suffering scribes must toil in ...
Politics & Policy

The Cold Civil War

Despite all the evidence of the past several decades, you still have not grasped one simple fact: that, just about a century after the last one ended, we engaged in ...

Re: The Times They Aren’t A-Changin’

Mr. Steyn, I am outraged and offended by your recent denigration of Pete Seeger, one of Amerikkka’s greatest living Americans. If you had done the slightest bit of research before ...

How Tweet It Is

Yes, I’ve done it — now I can Tweet my insouciant Echo Park drivel, rather than simply have Ginger type it out, so please follow me @dkahanerules if mind-numbing Leftist ...