Blogs

  • The President and ‘Violent Extremism’

    Regarding Islamic violence — the greatest world evil since Nazism and Communism — the president of the United States, his administration, and the left generally live in a make-believe world, a world of denial. In their world, Islam is today, and has always been, a religion of peace; Muslims are…

    read more
  • Are you paying attention?

    ​Our state legislature is in session, but why does this matter to you? Some of you pay very close attention to what's going on in Phoenix. Others don't pay attention at all until it makes a headline in our newspaper. Whether you pay attention or not, our elected officials are…

    read more
  • John Yoo – Rebecca Costa

    John Yoo – Rebecca Costa

    John Yoo is an American attorney, law professor, and author. Yoo served as Deputy Assistant U.S. Attorney General during the George W. Bush administration. One of the things he is best known for is his opinions concerning the Geneva Conventions which legitimized the United States in their War on Terror.…

    read more
  • Latin Tuesday

    Today's Latin Tuesday lesson courtesy of David Wilezol: From Tertullan, Ad Martyras, 6: Quot a latronibus ferro, ab hostibus etiam cruce extincti sunt, torti prius, immo et omni contumelia expuncti! How many, I tell you, have suffered at the hands of enemies death on a cross, after having been tortured…

    read more
  • Why No Swimsuit Issue of Men?

    On the happily few occasions when callers to my radio show make a particularly foolish comment, I ask them what graduate school they attended. When they ask why I assume they attended graduate school, I respond, “Only someone who went to graduate school would say something that foolish.” Because it…

    read more
  • Joseph A. Califano Jr. – Rebecca Costa

    Joseph A. Califano Jr. – Rebecca Costa

    Joseph A. Califano, Jr. was the 12th United States Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare from January 1977 to August 1979, appointed by Jimmy Carter. He is also the founder and former chairman of The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University (CASA Columbia). In 2010, Califano…

    read more
  • Latin Tuesday

    Today's Latin Tuesday lesson via David Wilezol concerning the origin and nature of the Crusades: Balderic of Dol's account of Pope Urban II's Speech at Clermont, 1095: Audivimus et audivistis, carissimi, quod non possumus meminisse sine lacrimis: dolore multo supplicoque fratres Christianes, membros Christos, Hierosolimae et Antiochae et ceteris urbibus…

    read more
  • President Compares Islam to Christianity

    In his National Prayer Breakfast speech last week, President Barack Obama said: “And lest we get on our high horse and think that this is unique to some other place, remember that during the Crusades and the Inquisition, people committed terrible deeds in the name of Christ. In our home…

    read more