Friends, I posted yesterday – see my previous post, “Sunday Sanity” – about how a certain kind of article (a rational, historically accurate article that challenges a beloved-by-the-chattering-classes narrative) could never appear in The New York Times. Turns out I was wrong – Bret Stephens on the 1619 Chronicles.
More on the wonderful Stanley Crouch.
Noor bin Ladin on how being Osama’s niece has caused her less grief than her support of Trump.
On Philip Larkin’s heartwarming side.
To be filed under “Duh!”: alcohol consumption rises sharply during pandemic.
Sue me: I like BHL!
Why T. S. Eliot still matters.
Though it’s hard for some to admit – seriously, I have seen people tying themselves into pretzels to not admit this – the Abraham Accords are a positive and huge development.
Grizzly kills hunter: the animals are done with us, part one.
Parrots curse visitors to wildlife park: the animals are done with us, part two.