Liberal Fascism

The Archive Is Up and Running And So Is the Praise

The button’s up top or you can go to this link right here. For NRO readers who missed the first post thanking them for their past and future support, you can go here.

And we’ve added a “Praise for LF” button up top. This might be a useful resource for those of you doing battle with comments trolls at Amazon  or elsewhere, particularly when said trolls claim that I’m all alone saying what I’m saying and no serious person takes the book remotely seriously.

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White House

John Bolton as National Security Adviser

All his critics call him a neo-con, but he’s a hard-headed realist. The Twitter and cable-TV mob is saying he’s a Fox News analyst, as if that were the sum total of what he’s about, when, of course, he has extensive diplomatic and governmental experience. He is shrewd, knowledgeable, and always speaks his ... Read More

Thursday Links

It's William Shatner's birthday: Here he is in 1978 'singing' Rocket Man, plus a Star Trek/Monty Python mashup. Sold: Isaac Newton’s Notes on the Philosopher’s Stone. It was a long time before anyone admitted that he was interested in alchemy. High-tech forgery: Computer-generated 'Rembrandt' ... Read More
Film & TV

Superannuated ‘Idol’

In the pilot episode of Fox’s American Idol, Simon Cowell defined the show’s thesis: “We are going to tell people who cannot sing and have no talent that they have no talent. And that never makes you popular.” The show’s producers and its three judges -- Cowell, Paula Abdul, and Randy Jackson -- kept ... Read More