Riveting Racing

Riveting Racing

On Saturday afternoon I got the first updates from an ultra race in the US: Big’s Backyard Ultra. It’s a timed race and it was expected to go on for at least a day so I didn’t pay too much attention to the early updates as the field thinned down from...
Tarzana Joe Rocks

Tarzana Joe Rocks

One of the best things about the Hugh Hewitt Show on Friday’s is the appearance of Tarzana Joe, the resident poet of the show. I’ve been listening to him for years now and his takes on the news of the week is always amusing and his vocabulary is...
Saving the World

Saving the World

I was reading a piece in The Federalist today complaining about the Nobel Peace Prize recipients for 2017: The world’s highest humanitarian honor, the Nobel Peace Prize, went this year to the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons. Considering what we’ve...
The Democrat Delusion

The Democrat Delusion

In her book about the 2016 US presidential election Hillary Clinton lays out a lot of reasons for her loss. There were the Russians and their $100,000 spend on Facebook in an election where $2 billion was spent on convincing voters what box to tick. There was James...
The Oldest Hatred is Alive and Well

The Oldest Hatred is Alive and Well

On October 2nd the Prime Minister of France gave a speech: French Prime Minister Édouard Philippe announced “a new plan to combat antisemitism” during a speech at Paris’s Buffault Synagogue. Speaking at a ceremony on Monday following the Jewish New Year,...
Hillary on Harvey

Hillary on Harvey

Hillary Clinton has weighted in on the whole Harvey Weinstein mess while taking interviews in the UK. Here’s what she told the BBC: I think it’s important that we not just focus on him and whatever consequences flow from these stories about his behavior but that...