Author Archives: Clark Stooksbury

Songs of Prohibition’s Poison

Hillbilly artists diagnosed Jamaica Ginger Paralysis before the professionals did.

Why Obama Disappointed Progressives

A liberal White House correspondent blames the president for failing to meet unrealistic expectations.

America at 78 r.p.m.

How obsessive record hunters have kept America’s music history alive

Walking Away From War

What happened to the men who went AWOL in World War II? Charles Glass’s new book tells the tale.

In the Army Now: Gangs, Nazis & the Mentally Ill

A new book chronicles how the War on Terror opened the ranks to risky recruits.

Two, Three, Many McCarthyisms

America’s ignoble history of scapegoating “subversive” minorities

Chill Baby, Chill

The paranoia in this post by Gary Graham at Big Hollywood is …

Sex Mania in the Land . . .

I read the Victor Haug commentary from The Washington Times that Jordan …

Us

“Smitty,” the Other McCain’s other blogger seems to be a bit confused …

While Preachers Preach of Evil Fates

As much as I hate to admit it,  Ben Shapiro has a …

Gotta Have Somebody Serve . . .

It occurs to me that I have yet to give my nod …

Weakly, Standard . . .

The Jay Cost post from The Weekly Standard that Rod links to …

Idiot Wind, Blowing Every Time You Move Your Mouth . . .

Geraldo Rivera reached a new low when he blamed the hoodie for …

Murder, Incorporated

George Zimmerman’s shooting of Trayvon Martin in Sanford, Florida on February 26 …

Splendid Little Quagmire . . .

The Hill: “Nearly 60 percent of all Americans think the war in …

Hanoi Jane Approximately

Jane Fonda, Gloria Steinem and Robin Morgan have an op-ed at CNN.com …

Napoleons Enraged . . .

According to Rod, Limbaugh loathing has jumped the shark and he may …

Lost in the Dithos

I like to imagine an alternative universe where the mouthpiece for movement …

He Kept This Four-Ten All Loaded With Lead . . .

A post by Scott Eric Kaufman at Lawyers, Guns and Money links …

Pink Buckets of Chicken

So Rod’s clarifying moment is muddy once more. For all the talk …

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