Media in frenzy over Iowa Caucuses(yawn)
Scotland Yard to investigate Bhutto assassination
A new essay from Bill Whittle.
FORTY SECOND BOYD AND THE BIG PICTURE (Part 1)
There are a few writers of which I am an unabashed fan.
Mark Steyn is one. He's prolific, insightful, sometimes ironic and often hilarious. His roots are Belgian, he was educated in the UK (his humor strikes me as being of the English variety) and he became a naturalized US citizen because he loves America. Steyn's scope and interests are far-ranging--from politics to culture--and his keen insights are of high value. Here is his home page from which you can link to his many publishers.
This is not the first time Bill Whittle has been featured here (see Diversidarity). For any that think Americans are intellectual lightweights I recommend his musings highly. Plainly put, he's a different kind of thinker, both in originality and his ability to synthesize and present new and intriguing ideas. You'll never regret the downhill run of a Bill Whittle essay.