• Apple’s Profits and the GOP’s Polls

    The transcript of yesterday's interview with Mark Steyn about his new book The [Un]documented Mark Steyn will be posted here ay my “Transcripts Page” later today. Apple yesterday blew past the expectations that analysts had already put pretty high up on the board for the company, and so it will…

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    Though most of the country celebrated Columbus Day on Monday, October, 13th, Seattle, Minneapolis and other cities refused to honor the explorer and proclaimed a new festival called “Indigenous Peoples Day.” The activists behind the change blame Columbus because his discovery of the New World led to devastating results for…

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  • Ron Klain and the Staffing of the Ebola Tsardom

    Much criticism online about the president's appointment of Ron Klain, which I think is very premature. President Obama was clearly going to want someone he knows and trusts if we are on the cusp of a domestic as well as an already obvious international crisis. It is too late to…

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    In California, Minnesota and other states, efforts are underway to enable “transgendered” students to participate in sports teams of the opposite sex. Boys who identify as girls could play girls' basketball, while girls identifying as boys compete in boys' gymnastics. But what about hormone treatments commonly used in “transitioning” from…

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  • Edward O. Wilson – Rebecca Costa

    Edward O. Wilson – Rebecca Costa

    Edward Osborne “E.O.” Wilson is a notable American biologist, researcher, theorist, naturalist, and author. Wilson is most known for is his advancements in myrmecology, the study of ants, and he is considered to be the world's leading authority on the subject. Some of his other career achievements include being a…

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  • Unexpected Lessons from the Jobs Numbers

    Unexpected Lessons from the Jobs Numbers

    This column appeared originally at on October 7, 2014 — Last Friday, the Obama administration celebrated new numbers showing the national unemployment rate plummeting to 5.9% – the lowest official measure of joblessness since the beginning of 2008 and the financial collapse under the Bush administration. While most economists…

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