Newsweek Loves Kevorkian

The revisionist project to create a fictional Jack Kevorkian as merely a lovable, if sometimes tactless, man of compassion—rather the misanthropic and ghoulish nut that he really is—continues.  (See Kevorkian paintings I uploaded to accompany this post.  He sometimes used human . . . . Continue Reading »

The Jewish Tripwire

World Jewish Congress President Ron Lauder blasts American policy towards Israel in a letter published today in major American newspapers. He writes:Mr. President, we are concerned about the dramatic deterioration of diplomatic relations between the United States and Israel.The Israeli housing . . . . Continue Reading »

Fiscal Conservatism Is Not Enough

After the 2008 election I was invited to attend a meeting of young conservatives in Washington, D.C. to discuss the future of the movement. Although I was flattered to be asked to participate it was unclear why I was included. Out of the forty people in attendance I was, at the age of thirty-eight, . . . . Continue Reading »