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How the West Was Lost

Richard Reinsch: (00:04)Today we’re talking with Stanley Kurtz, about a new book he has authored called The Lost History of Western Civilization. Stanley Kurtz is senior fellow at the Ethics…

Saturday Night Owls: Millionaire Kudlow extols gains from wrecked economy, ignores damage to people

Night Owls, a themed open thread, appears at Daily Kos seven days a week Jake Johnson at Common Dreams writes—Trump’s Millionaire Economic Adviser Celebrates ‘Gales of Creative Destruction’ as Millions…

Over 100 Officers Have Left Seattle Police Department In Recent Months – Active Force Smallest In Decades

The protests, riots, and far left madness that unfolded in Seattle over the summer is taking a toll on the city. The police are tired of being demonized and having…

Psycho and American Wickedness

Alfred Hitchcock died 40 years ago, and his most famous movie, Psycho, is now also on its 60th anniversary, placing it halfway between his birth in 1899 and our own…

Friday Night Owls: Excerpts from the November edition of Harper's Index

Night Owls, a themed open thread, appears at Daily Kos seven days a week Here are a few excerpts from the November Harper’s Index for your Friday pleasure and frustration:…

REPORT: Swing Voters Standing By Trump – Don’t Blame Him For Coronavirus Pandemic

Democrats and the media were really hoping that voters would blame Trump for the Coronavirus pandemic and the hardships that came with it. At various times in recent weeks, both…

A Radical Left Without the Radicalism

Famous playwright and screenwriter Aaron Sorkin has always been great at explaining motivation. In his TV series The West Wing, President Josiah Bartlett and his staff believed that moving the…

Thursday Night Owls. J.C. Pan: Poverty numbers leave out far too many economic strugglers

Night Owls, a themed open thread, appears at Daily Kos seven days a week J.C. Pan at The New Republic writes—The Devastatingly Low Bar of “Official” Poverty.  We now have new…

Laura Loomer Blasts Republican Party Leadership for Being Hypocrites Who Are ‘All Talk, No Action’ on Censorship

Florida Republican congressional candidate Laura Loomer is blasting party leadership for caring more about censored news articles than censored candidates. Loomer, perhaps the most censored woman in the world, won…

Anne Applebaum’s Pride and Prejudice

This is not a book, but rather an Atlantic essay puffed into a $25 sale item with grotesquely large type and comically wide margins. The typography offends the eye almost…