Author Archives: Clark Stooksbury

One Percent Solution

Nick Gillespie should use great care when tipping his hat to hack extraordinaire …

America’s Most Repellent . . .

I haven’t paid close attention to the news in recent months and …

The Bush Ban

A ban on incandescent light bulbsis set to take effect in the …

Delayed Reaction

Conor Friedersdorf repeats an adage about the Tea Party that I have …

Delingpole, You Magnificent Bastard I won’t Read Your Book!

For the past year—due to somehow being on a Human Events mailing …

Better Late Than Never . . .

Aaron Goldstein asked a question that probably would have garnered the label …

Light at the End of the Tunnel . . .

The President just announced that a “nearly complete” (only embassy security to …

Think Different?

I own two iMacs and a Macbook Pro, and will admit that …

Us, Them

Will Conor Friedersdorf ever learn? He argues that since Rush Limbaugh has …

Hicks for Elizabeth Warren . . .

This from John Hanlon at Townhall is a pathetically weak effort in …

Evading Resonsibility

The Andrew Breitbart site Big Government has a post up featuring this …

Republican Populism

Daniel Larison and Rod Dreher both discuss the status of populism in …

She Don’t Lie . . .

According to House Speaker Boehner, giving more money to the Federal Government …

No Mas

I understand that _____ _____ has been in the news recently, and …

Cult of Personality

A post by Bill Whalen at Ricochet makes what I think is …

For Shame . . .

Paul Krugman stirred up a hornet’s nest with a 9/11 post saying …

Ducky Liberals

I have a feeling that Eric Loomis had his tongue lodged in …

The Party, the Whole Party and Nothing but the Party

Jim Antle has a piece in the September issue of TAC arguing that …

The Enemy of My Enemy . . .

This Weekly Standard profile of Rand Paul may represent a high water …

Conservatism’s For Closers Only . . .

The Weekly Standard has a profile of David Mamet, focusing on his …

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