On Friday, May 19th Anthony Weiner broke down in tears as he plead guilty to sexting with an underage girl in court. “I have a sickness, but I do not have an excuse,” Weiner declared to the Court, and he’s … Continue reading Anthony Weiner is Sick, But so is Our Culture
The state of New York has given rise to a multitude of well-known politicians, the majority of whom are at least mildly embarrassing — Bill de Blasio, Michael Bloomberg, Bill Bratton, Hillary Clinton, Andrew Cuomo, Chuck Schumer, Al Sharpton, Donald … Continue reading The Guilty Weiner: Why the Left Should Be Harsher on Anthony Weiner
In the span of a couple of months the media narrative surrounding Republicans has flipped from the “Majority is safe” to “Danger Will Robinson.” Likewise, in the Senate, Republican gains have now been downgraded to one or two seats. Don’t … Continue reading How Badly… No, Is Trump Hurting The GOP?
I am going to take a moment to not comment on the James Comey non-scandal and focus on a more electorally consequential event held on Tuesday. The Omaha mayoral race. If you did not follow the race closely, you’d be forgiven. … Continue reading What Democrats Should Learn From Omaha
Let us imagine for a moment that there is a woman named Jane. Jane is 45 yet has never married, although she has built a fine career for herself. But Jane finds that her life is wanting. Loneliness is slowly … Continue reading Women, Embrace Your Femininity!
When I first saw that New York—my home state—had become the first state in the United States to offer free college tuition to State residents, I was sitting at my desk in my dorm room in Virginia, editing for the … Continue reading Cuomo’s Cage: The Cost of New York’s Excelsior Scholarship
What would happen if a prestigious university announced that it was going to host a white only graduation, where only white students and guests would be allowed to participate? The media would go nuts, the school would be branded as … Continue reading Yes, Black Privilege Exists