The Other McCain

"One should either write ruthlessly what one believes to be the truth, or else shut up." — Arthur Koestler

Teach Your Children Well

Jesse Myerson (@JAMyerson) seems to believe he is so clever that the “points” he makes in advocating communism deserve a detailed rebuttal, and I suppose there may be people who have nothing better to do with their time than to supply such a response. In which communist @JAMyerson briefly demonstrates his deficiency of reading comprehension. […]

How Much Do You Hate Commies?

Gen. Nguyen Ngoc Loan executes a Vietcong terrorist, February 1968. Salon.com’s Jesse Myerson (@JAMyerson) says “misconceptions” about Communism are the real problem, although survivors who escaped Communist regimes might beg to disagree. Personally, I think the main problem with Communism is that we haven’t shot enough evil lying Commie scum: Five years after the Bolshevik Revolution, […]

Elegant Reporting in Appalachia

Kevin D. Williamson of National Review traveled to Appalachia — his dateline is Owsley County, Ky. — to write about the kind of poverty no liberal ever describes as “social injustice”: If the people here weren’t 98.5 percent white, we’d call it a reservation. Williamson’s article is not merely good reporting, but it is also […]

Reagan and the ‘Welfare Queen’

One of the things about the Internet Age is that it assists us in determining the truth about circumstances which have historically been the subject of myth-making. Josh Levin of Slate discovered the facts behind a favorite anecdote of Ronald Reagan’s: [I]n stump speech after stump speech, Reagan regaled his supporters with the story of […]

Today’s Ray Of Hope

– Wombat-socho Yesterday’s Washington Times featured an article by Rowan Scarborough indicating that the Army War College at Carlisle Barracks, Pa. was going to be removing portraits of Confederate generals such as Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson, and hinted that this was more political correctness run wild, as in the case of Duval County, […]

Anonymous Compares Bradley Manning to Nelson Mandela (Irony Alert)

#Anonymous is circulating this. pic.twitter.com/jnAYvuHgfL Irony much? — Robert Stacy McCain (@rsmccain) December 12, 2013 In that analogy, President Obama is P.W. Botha and laws to punish disobedient soldiers are apartheid. Remember that Bradley Manning was the emotionally disturbed Army private who illegally provided classified U.S. documents to Julian Assange’s Wikileaks. Conservatives are often accused of […]

Because @MikeElk Deserves a Reply

An e-mail arrived at 9:50 a.m. today: Subject: u still sore you lost the civil war? From: Mike Elk (mike.elk@gmail.com) To: Robert Stacy McCain Shit son, I am about to go visit some Civil War battlefields where we kicked the fuck out of you degenerate Confederate bastards. I bet you are still sore you guys […]

1987: Thatcher Responds to ‘Further Intensification of the Armed Struggle’

When Margaret Thatcher died in April, the British Left reacted with the kind of ugly viciousness you would expect of the British Left. This is worth remembering today when liberals are demanding that everyone must now forget the reality of who Nelson Mandela was. Thatcher’s death, in fact, was the occasion for the Left to […]

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