On the righteousness of America’s wars.
Author: Luther Ray Abel
Hey Biden, Mitts Off of Menthol Cigarettes
Ashtray-policing is an abuse of federal power.
Weekend Short: Karel Čapek’s ‘Romeo and Juliet’
Journalism is 95 percent bloviating, and Čapek winkingly assumes the same ratio of the canon.
Weekend Short: James Thurber’s ‘The Day the Dam Broke’
Here is satirical, lush short story as insightful about human nature today as it was almost a century ago.
In Defense of ‘Cheap, Gross Beer’
It’s like that unnaturally sweaty guy on your pick-up basketball team at the Y who delivers the win.
The NICU’s Intransmissible Emotion
There are places in the world whose existence we prefer not to dwell upon — rooms and mental corridors we never wish to have reason to tread.
The <i>Washington Post</i> Forgets about the Cost of Auto Regulations
The media’s omission of the government’s marketplace effects is annoying.
Parents to Blame for Carless, Sexless Teenagers
As go cars and young couples in their backseats, so goes America.
Drag-Queen Sailors: A Blessing of Liberty
That the Navy has decided to take a sailor’s private kink and make it a sales pitch to the American public is incomprehensible.
Weekend Short: Edgar Allan Poe’s ‘Man of the Crowd’
A Poe short story sheds light on the American loneliness epidemic.