‘Missionary Journalists’ Are Lying About the American Revolution by Jim Bovard | Feb 7, 2023 The 1619 Project is back in the news with the release of the six-part Hulu series built around its claim that “nearly everything that has made America exceptional grew out of slavery.” The 1619 Project, championed by Nikole Hannah-Jones of […]
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Teacher unions are catching more flak than ever before for championing school shutdowns on Covid pretexts and for campaigning for Critical Race Theory dogmas that sow the seeds of endless conflict. I have written a few pieces on those issues this year, including “The ‘Honest History’ Fraud” and “Teacher Unions Have Always Been Terrible.” But […]
Somebody was asking about this piece recently so I’m sending it for another lap around the track (or at least the blog). An editing error in the posted version stated that Hersh won the Pulitzer for his 1972 New Yorker article on the My Lai massacre. My original submission correctly stated that Hersh won the […]
David Gornoski, a pro-freedom radio host and writer in Orlando, and I had fun smacking the FDA around on his “Neighbor’s Choice” show Wednesday night on IHEARTRADIO WFLA 93.1 FM, 94.1 FM, and 540 AM on NewsRadio Orlando. David brings plenty of skepticism to anything the government does and that is very timely for the […]
Washington’s Biggest Fairy Tale: “Truth Will Out” by James Bovard April 16, 2019 The arrest of Julian Assange has produced rapturous cheering from the American political elite. Hillary Clinton declared that Assange “must answer for what he has done.” Unfortunately, Assange’s arrest will do nothing to prevent the vast majority of conniving politicians and bureaucrats […]
Some folks responded to Wednesday’s blog post by caterwauling that I only write surly pieces. So here’s a half dozen quotes from last year’s articles that showcase my positive thinking. Thanks to Canva.com and Pixabay for royalty-free software & images.
The Mises Institute’s Jeff Deist and I have a rollicking chat on politics, journalism, and the FBI on the Weekend Update. Jeff asked my take on the Alabama Senate race. I said Moore lost in part thanks to a bad campaign slogan: “It’s hard to believe a girl that big could be only 14.” But […]