Should We Embrace the “Inevitable Reality” of Terrorism?

Editor’s Note: The following is an open letter to the editor of the Los Angeles Times, penned by our good friend and contributor, Edward J. Erler.   A Letter to the Los Angeles Times To the Editors, Security experts warn us that terrorism has become an “inevitable reality” of the modern world and that we […]

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A Retrospective on Trump’s First 100 Days, Part 2

Author’s note: This article has been proofread by Louise Mensch. Any fake news contained herein is therefore impossible unless Vladimir Putin hacked American Greatness, which he probably did right after faking the moon landing. In our last installment covering the first 100 days of President Trump’s tenure, we touched on the area where Trump has […]

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A Retrospective on Trump’s First 100 Days, Part 1

Author’s note: This article has been prepared in line with the factual standards employed by CNN and Buzzfeed. Any “fake news,” therefore, cannot be present. President Trump’s first 100 days have come to their end, and good God, have they been eventful. So eventful, in fact, that it’s doubtful Washington will cease having panic attacks […]

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10 Things Trump Could Do to Drive the Left (Even More) Crazy: Campus SJW Edition

President Trump’s Twitter feed remains a source of mainstream media consternation and of nervous fretting from weak-sister Republicans bent on returning to the days of Republicans taking the court as the Washington Generals. But if Trump really wants to drive the Left crazy—and, let’s be honest, we hope he does—then there are any number of […]

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Fake News for the Ages

Editor’s Note  We commissioned Professor Matterson to research fake news in pop culture and throughout history, as his notes below reveal. He told us that “Any simplistic narrative about fake news is problematic.”   Leaders of Western Thought   “Why, then, ’tis none to you, for there is nothing either fake or real, but thinking […]

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