Lori Loughlin of Troy

A three-pack of Trojan latex condoms is $5.99, while a Trojan sheepskin is $299,300. The better value, regarding family planning, is the one without a Trojan Family Weekend, scheduled for Saturday, November 2, 2019, at the L.A. Memorial Coliseum. Also, the person who pays $5.99 shows more responsibility than the head Trojan whose public letter […]

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Making the Wall Green

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‘From Yale to Jail’ Starring Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin

Perhaps Felicity Huffman never broke character. Perhaps she still is a desperate housewife, while Lori Loughlin is (or may be) desperate in a different way. If the criminal charges against the two are true, their next roles will pay nothing—not even scale—and require everything: a performance that negates their alleged attempts to use fraudulent test […]

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Sweden: Still More Migration

The following by Judith Bergman is republished by permission from the Gatestone Institute. Sweden’s new government, which was finally formed in January after months of delay, is introducing policies that will lead to more immigration into Sweden—despite the main governing party, the Social Democrats, having run for office on a promise to tighten immigration policies. […]

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February Border Apprehensions: At Crisis Levels

In February, Border Patrol apprehended 66,450 persons attempting to cross the unsecured border between official crossing points.  This was an increase of 18,557 (+39%) over the previous month and 39,784, a whopping 150%, over the same month last year. We have updated our annual forecast for apprehensions for calendar year 2019, which stood at 606,000 […]

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Tom Friedman Learns the Alphabet

Tom Friedman unlocked his cage—again. He took his cardboard suitcase, tricycle, typewriter, cigarettes, cymbals, and red onesie, and pedaled toward the Man with the Yellow Hat. Then he mad-libbed his latest column. Per usual, he mixed more metaphors than the Good Intentions Paving Company, indicted President Trump for more crimes than there are criminal statutes, […]

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The Jonah Goldberg Variations

Jonah Goldberg, National Review’s encephalitic version of Mark Steyn, plans to launch a media company. Written in Graffiti, the digital shorthand for the Palm Pilot, Goldberg said the company would be a conservative alternative for bankruptcy lawyers in search of future assets to liquidate. According to Goldberg: “It’s time I run my own shop with […]

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Bret Stephens: The Typist with a Pulitzer Prize

Yesterday, The New York Times answered a question no one asked: What if Bret Stephens were a (Sears) portrait of Ben Shapiro as a grown man? Though the Times did not offer complimentary brooms and dustpans—to sweep away the feathers—for readers who came too close to the halo on Stephens’s headshot, it nonetheless answered its […]

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When the Press Does It, That Means It’s Legal

When someone steals top-secret documents during wartime—about a war Americans are fighting—while the dead average 46 per week, every week, for a year; when someone photocopies 7,000 pages about military planning—about U.S. military plans in Southeast Asia—while the President of the United States seeks to end what his predecessors started; when someone watches the flash […]

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Let’s Not Make a Green New Deal

To refuse to remember the past is to have the power to condemn others to repeat it: to force tens of millions of people to learn by suffering, to live by surviving—to die, if necessary—by sacrificing themselves to a cause as irredeemable as it is irresistible. Such is the power of politics as a religion […]

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