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Monday, March 30, 2009

Teymants Walk, and Justice Fails in New Jersey.

How does this happen? We're criminalizing responsible hunting and fishing, on which all Americans rely for conservation, population control and resource management, but we let pet killers walk free?

"The remains of 68 animals, including dogs, cats and turtles, were found in the home in southern New Jersey where Matthew and Amanda Teymant once lived. On Monday, Teymant and his wife avoided jail on a plea bargain that will have both of them performing community service after pleading guilty to animal cruelty in the April 2008 case."

There's No Crying In Capitalism...

New post on Newsmax this morning on the imminent death of newspapers:

"Death of Newspapers Isn't Death of Journalism."

"Nostalgia and sentiment have no place in free market capitalism, as the death of one industry always inherently means the imminent rise of a better one. Since the advent of the Model T, is anyone still mourning the death of the buggy? Would we want to bring back wood-burning stoves? Should we all return to the abacus? I can’t even figure out a restaurant tip without the aid of a calculator. And thankfully, I don’t have to."

And, be sure to check out Politico's "Arena," for thoughts on the firing of Rick Wagoner.

Friday, March 27, 2009

"Hardball" Doesn't Think You're "Normal"

I've got a new piece up on the FOX Forum on Chris Matthews' jab at religious America last night during a discussion about Sarah Palin and Michael Steele on "Hardball":

"Matthews doesn't think Palin is 'normal,' which is exactly the kind of rigorous analysis we have come to expect of the veteran newsman who has hinted at running for office himself. Is it any wonder his ratings lag significantly behind his slot-mates on Fox and CNN?"


Tuesday, March 24, 2009

The Wright Stache

As a huge Mets fan, I direct your attention to this hilarious site, set up by some friends to implore David Wright to grow a mustache. That's right....and I'm completely behind this effort.

Be sure to watch the "inspirational video."

Monday, March 23, 2009

Hail to the Campaigner-In-Chief

I have a new piece in Newsmax, "Hail to the Campaigner-In Chief":

"Promising to do a good job is easier than doing the job itself. And so in the grand tradition of professional trail-stomping, President Obama is thus far the consummate campaigner-in-chief: Have teleprompter, will travel."

Thursday, March 19, 2009

White House Multitasking -- Round 2!

I have a new piece up on the Fox Forum:

"The president will make an appearance on Jay Leno Thursday night! That’s right, TV-land, our head of state becomes the first sitting president in history to make a late-night appearance, according to NBC. Now that’s the kind of history I like to see. Anticipate vigorous grilling from Leno on Obama’s favorite D.C. restaurants, his growing tie collection and who he likes on American Idol."

Monday, March 16, 2009

Thursday, March 12, 2009

Take Me To Your Leader?

I have a new piece in the NY Daily News online on the lack of leadership in the Republican Party:

"Rush Limbaugh? Michael Steele? Bobby Jindal? Who cares?"

"Republicans are perfectly positioned to make the most of their perceived chaos - if they can resist the temptation to join the take-me-to-your-leader frenzy. The truth is, lack of clear leadership is exactly what the GOP needs right now."

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Top 10 Ways Obama Can Multi-task!

I have a new post up in the Fox Forum:

"In honor of President Obama’s penchant for multi-tasking at the worst possible time, the following is a list of the top 10 things he could also work on, on the side, while fixing the economy..."


A Fish Out of Water

I have a new column up on Sports Illustrated online:

"First, there was the poisonous Portuguese Man-O'-War I managed to run my finger through. Then, while I awaiting a slow death, Captain Gavet cheerfully told me the story of dead bodies he'd come upon during his years as one of Southern Florida 's only fulltime guides."

Tuesday, March 10, 2009

NY Libs Vulgar, Sexist and Racist in Coulter-Maher Debate

I have a new piece up on Human Events about the Ann Coulter/Bill Maher talk at Radio City Music Hall:

"NY Libs Vulgar, Sexist and Racist in Coulter-Maher Debate"

Monday, March 9, 2009

Shame. Guilt. Repeat.

I have a new piece on Newsmax.com today. Some highlights:

"Democrats are increasingly invoking guilt and shame refrains to twist the arms of Republicans and scare the general public into supporting sweeping policy changes that could turn America into a cannibalizing collective of coerced self-sacrifice, a nation of apologetic automatons who couldn't find John Galt with two hands and a GPS tracking device."