Tag Archives: Syrian Refugee Backlash

The Final Descent

The nation is always in decline. At one point it was rock ‘n’ roll – Elvis swiveled his hips and all decency had been abandoned, until one Sunday night Ed Sullivan booked him for a few numbers and told America … Continue reading

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Never Choosing Sides

Reporters shouldn’t choose sides: CNN global affairs correspondent Elise Labott has been suspended for two weeks, a source at CNN confirmed to POLITICO. Earlier on Thursday Labott had tweeted about the House voting on a bill that would make it … Continue reading

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American Mockingbirds

Derision isn’t persuasion, and mocking someone’s absurd views will not shame them into changing those views. They’ll just get angry that you made them look bad and then find any way they can to show you that they’re right. They’ll … Continue reading

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Falling Asleep Again

Friday the Thirteenth was the horror movie in Paris – the massive terror attacks that shook the world, because that wasn’t a horror movie at all. That was quite real, and ISIS is a whole lot scarier than Freddy Krueger anyway. … Continue reading

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