Can't Get No Satisfaction

Can't Get No Satisfaction

George McCartney

Gustave Flaubert was the satirist of dissatisfaction. His principal theme was the ruinous nature of unrealizable dreams, a malady he treated with cold contempt in his 1857 novel Madame Bovary.

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Dying With a Kardashian

Dying With a Kardashian

Taki Theodoracopulos

For those who like to see their name in print, the Hiltons and Kardashians of this world, make sure that, when the man in the white suit visits you, you’re the only one he’s dropping in on.

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Quiet, Please

Quiet, Please

James O. Tate

Silence can be a bad thing if there is too much of it, but today that is not often the case, for we live in a noisy world.

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  • Now the Turks Are All In

    Pat Buchanan | July 31, 2015

    Early this century, under Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Turkey seemed to be emerging as a major power, a land bridge between Europe and the Islamic world, a friend to its neighbors, and future member of the EU.

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  • Parole for Pollard

    Tom Piatak | July 30, 2015

    The only reason Pollard has not been released before now is that numerous former Secretaries of Defense and Directors of Central Intelligence and Naval Intelligence have publicly opposed his release.

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