Nixon, despite his promise, remained around to be kicked around. And so it will be with Steven Donziger, who thrills to jurisprudential beatdowns.
Author: Jack Fowler
Economic Wisdom Is Only Days Away
Coming August 8: a new resource to better understand economics.
Celebrating with Lee Edwards as Communism is ‘Put on Trial’
Nazism was exposed and convicted at the Nuremburg trials. The new Victims of Communism Memorial Museum will put communism on trial.
Important Free-Speech Win Kiboshes University of Houston’s Unconstitutional ‘Harassment’ Policy
The policy sought to stretch its scope and disciplinary powers to anything said or communicated anywhere, anytime, on campus, off campus, or on social media.
Green and Clean Gas
A commonsense policy on natural gas would please just about anyone (including Mother Nature) not bound to some dishonest ideology.
Gutless Media in New Haven
Local media fails to cover madness at Yale Law School.
Get Your Tocqueville on Next Week
Do you are about democracy, philanthropy, and civil society, and the complicated ways they interact? Then you might be intersted in an upcoming Center for Civil Society event.
Bill Buckley and Final Truths
Powerful and instructive words from William F. Buckley, on the 14th anniversary of his death.
Covid Data, in Perspective
Yesterday’s DC Today newsletter from David Bahnsen has a boatload of wisdom.
As November ended, so did Wallace Moses’ happy life.