Life and Death in Polarized America

Sooner or later everything becomes polarized in this divided country of ours. It’s against the rules to see the other side’s point of view.   That’s like giving ammo to the enemy. Besides, in Read Post

The Elite Liberal Softer Kind of Racism

I don’t know what happened in Ferguson, Missouri between the cop and the kid. And neither do you. When I covered hard news I saw cops who crossed thRead Post

Mission Not Accomplished

On May 1, 2003, President George W. Bush flew onto the aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln anchored off the coast of San Diego and announced an end tRead Post

A Few Words About a Friend Who Changed My Life

On February 8, 1996 I got a phone call that changed the course of my life. The call was from a fella named Jerry Kelley, a building contractor who wasRead Post

Both Obama and Palin Rooting for Impeachment

When John Boehner was asked about impeachment the other day, he said this: “We have no plans to impeach the president. We have no future plans. ListRead Post

Israel, Gaza and the Repulsive Moralists

More than 100,000 Arabs have been killed in the war raging in Syria.  How many more Arabs have been killed in Iraq by other Arabs since the U.S. pullRead Post

Israel in the United Nations’ Crosshairs … Again

There are few certainties in life, but one that you can reliably count on is that the United Nations will condemn Israel every chance it gets. BetweenRead Post

Why Are Nearly Half the Voters Still Slobbering Over Obama?

I don’t get it.  According to Rasmussen, 47 percent of likely voters approve of the job President Obama is doing. Yes, it’s true that more disappRead Post

There used to be a popular radio show, followed by an equally popular TV show, called “The AmateurRead Post

Harry Reid is a bigoted Beltway corruptocrat with an interminable case of diarrhea of the mouth. TheRead Post

As a rule, I prefer to fill my articles with my own well-chosen words, but there are some thoughts tRead Post

My father, Max Prager, died last week. Here are some thoughts on the death of a parent. 1. LongevityRead Post

They are drawn like moths to a flame. In this case, an inferno. Press, pundits, politicians, and proRead Post

We Americans like to think of ourselves as 320 million humanitarians. While it’s true that we tendRead Post

Let’s say you’re an average, everyday person. Like anybody else, you enjoy certain diversions, sRead Post

The most poisonous “-ism” now infecting Ferguson, Missouri, is not virulent racism. It&#Read Post

The Civil Rights Movement Reenactors on the Left

As a conservative columnist, I’m pretty used to being called some fairly colorful names by somRead Post

Can we all agree that , the recent riots in the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson, MO, had as much to do Read Post

For two bloody months, an armed jihadist serial killer ran loose across the country. At least four iRead Post