Nia Harris, a black student at NYU, had a bad day. Her sophomoric reaction might be expected since she is, after all, a sophomore. The reaction of NYU president Andrew Hamilton and Aramark executives in response to Ms. Harris’s...
Last week, America reacted as one people to the loss of life and innocence in Parkland, Florida. Finding common ground is what we do when nothing else makes sense. We rarely stand on it for very long, and we...
I think Johnny Podesta was expecting softball questions from the Clinton Broadcasting Service (CBS) during his recent appearance on Face the Nation. Apparently that didn’t go as planned! Former Hillary Clinton campaign manager John Podesta was asked an embarrassing question about...
A few months before the opening of the Winter Olympics in South Korea, the "Little Rocket Man", North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, decided to send athletes, cheerleaders and his sister to the Olympics. The success of his propaganda...
Gabriel Heatter (September 17, 1890 - March 30, 1972), the son of Jewish immigrants from Austria, was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. He went to work for WOR, radio station as a reporter and commentator. His audience...
A recent ad produced by the RNC asks democrats what they stand for. Apparent not very much. During the State of the Union address President Donald Trump listed numerous things that every proud American should be excited about, but Democrats in...
In a victory for lazy, overweight people everywhere, Michigan State University professor Shreena Ghandi and Lillie Wolff, an “antiracist white Jewish organizer, facilitator, and healer”, have declared in their paper, “Yoga and the Roots of Cultural Appropriation” that yoga...
In 2017, the word "mansplain" entered the Oxford English Dictionary for the first time. According to the OED, just 10 years ago the word did not exist, “but the verb (of a man: to explain something needlessly, overbearingly, or...
Millions of Americans called in sick this week, hung over and exhausted from this weekend’s annual celebration of testosterone and toxic masculinity. Literally billions of dollars were spent on a bunch of muscle-bound Neanderthals smashing their egos together so...
  Gotta love a good photo bomb. Especially when you have one that flies in the face of the mainstream narrative. See below and check it out:    
A new civil right has been established -- the right not to have one’s feelings hurt, or we might call it the right not to be offended. Until recently most important social and civil issues were resolved through free and...
While Philadelphia smolders in ashes after celebrating their Super Bowl victory watch this hilarious skit from Saturday Night Live. https://youtu.be/fcziw7helVg  
Aesop wrote about a man who wanted to buy an ass. He went to market and, coming across a likely-looking beast, arranged with the owner that he should be allowed to take him home on trial to see what he...
The word hypocrisy comes from the Greek theater and referred to the practice of putting on a mask and playing a part on stage. What we now call actors were originally called hypocrites. The Greek word means literally, “to...
It seems the Grammy Awards happened last night. I’d been looking forward to it all year and planned a night in front of the TV, a bowl of popcorn in my lap and a beer (or two) on the...
Recently there has but a major uproar over Gregory Salcido, a teacher at El Rancho High School in Pico Rivera, California, who attempted to bully two members of his US. Government class because they were wearing a Marine Corps...
A popular piece of advice that floats around Facebook says to watch a potential mate deal with a slow internet connection before taking the relationship to the next level. Before internet connections and GPS, the perfect way see person’s...