Tibor R. Machan Monday 11 October 2010
In a news report on October 2nd, 2010, titled Movement of the Moment Looks to Long-Ago Texts , New York Times reporter Kate Zernike tells us that books like Frederick Bastiat’s The Law, from 1850, and F. A Hayek’s The Road to Serfdom from 1944, are selling like hotcakes among Tea Party members.
Humberto Fontova Monday 4 October 2010
The oldest gay-rights organization in Latin America is taking Fidel Castro to the International Court of justice in The Hague for “crimes against humanity.” “What?!” snort the “enlightened.” You rubes got the news exactly bass-ackwards!
Humberto Fontova 27 Sept. – 3 Oct. 2010
Hired help might be hard to find nowadays — but not for Fidel Castro. Jack Benny had his Rochester. Louise Jefferson had her Florence. And Fidel Castro now has his Jeffrey Goldberg, The Atlantic’s freshly-minted ‘Cuba Expert’.