Category Archives: Ahmadinejad

Pursuit of Environmental Perfection is the Worst Enemy of the Merely Good


Idiocy begets idiocy. This article I was asked to write for PJ Media was published today.  It is about the closure of an oil refinery in St. Croix, U.S. Virgin islands, and the implications of that and similar events for … Continue reading

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Might President Obama morph into an el Presidente Chávez?


President Obama ain’t no el Presidente Chávez.  Yet. But what if he gets another four years in office and a compliant Congress? When el Presidente Chávez took office in 1999, he began only slowly to implement his “reforms.” To a … Continue reading

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Our foreign policy is OK for a second rate nation.


Herds of horses have leaders.  They establish dominance by fighting all comers and by protecting the lesser horses within the herd.  Eventually, fighting ceases to be necessary.  A hard stare, the baring of teeth or even a kicking gesture become … Continue reading

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