Chris Cuomo has finally succeeded in attracting public attention. Cuomo was with his family in a bar on Shelter Island, New York, when a Dittohead stranger approached him and made the mistake of calling him “Fredo”—a not very imaginative nickname coined, apparently, by Rush Limbaugh. Cuomo exploded
There is no secret plot or conspiracy to undermine our national sovereignty, unless by conspiracy we mean the collective will of the political class. The Bushes and the Clintons would be rightly outraged if they heard rumors of such suspicions. Opposing globalization today is like criticizing affirmative action, challenging women’s rights, or pointing out that homosexuals are a serious drain on our finite medical resources.
The NAU is an alleged plot to merge the three nations of North America—the United States, Canada, and Mexico—into a union that will function something like the European Union. If the first step toward unification is represented by the “NAFTA Highway”—a free-trade hole in the American border stretching from Mexico to Canada proposed by former Texas Governor and Bush family representative Rick Perry—the apogee will be the issuance of a new common currency, the Amero.
Donald Trump has put his big foot, once again, into his bigger mouth. He must be crazy, telling immigrants to go back where they came from, just because they openly declare their hatred for the country that has taken them in. Even Trump’s American friend in the UK, Piers Morgan, has called him on the carpet.
White people in Detroit got angry when they discovered that, if they wanted to attend a rap concert, they would be charged more than persons of any other color. Why am I not outraged? I think any reasonable person would think the poor chumps should be fined and jailed for buying a ticket. The US Women’s Soccer Team is demanding Equal Pay. I thought they were feminists. Shouldn’t it be Equal Pay for Equal Play, in which case they should be playing against men’s teams. Anyone remember Hank Junior’s line, “I’m not a soccer man, I’m an Oilers’ fan.”? A...
Until the end of his life Maurice Barrès was the great exponent of French nationalism, indeed he was the founder of the modern French nationalism that is conservative and patriotic, instead of as a Jacobin or a Marxist. What happened?