Fifty Years of anti-American Liberalism

In a fantastic summary article for The American Spectator titled “Fifty Years in America,” Tom Bethell makes some observations about what he has seen in his time in America including anti-Americanism liberalism. Born in Great Britian, Bethell came to the States in 1962 to study New Orleans jazz. Politics were not his primary interest, but by the time his biography on clarinetist George Lewis was published, interest in the music was waning—both from the performers and the listeners. Bethell Read more […]

How to Push the Democrats Over the Fiscal Cliff

In “All Clear,” Episode 19 of Foyle’s War, Detective Chief Superintendent Christopher Foyle’s son Andrew returns home from the war. Andrew was an RAF pilot. Many of his fellow-fliers were killed. He was one of the few that made it back, and he wonders why. This was typical of returning soldiers. “Why me?,” they often asked. His father remarks, “Perhaps you were the better pilot.” Andrew disagrees. He tells his father that the better pilots were predictable. The Germans expected Read more […]