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We’re back once again with a cartoon from Pat Bagley, the editorial cartoonist for the Salt Lake Tribune whose work we’ve featured previously. You can view more of Bagley’s cartoons… 168 more words

Opinion

Kate Walsh O'Beirne, 'National Review' Washington Editor and 'a Quiet Apostle for the Catholic Faith', Dies

Kate O’Beirne was part of National Review’s world before she joined the staff. When she became the magazine’s Washington editor in 1995 her resume already included stints at Senator Jim Buckley’s office, the Reagan administration, and the Heritage Foundation. 419 more words

National

Op-Ed: My Beef with Beauty and the Beast

Addressing that moment, and much more…

Sometime last month, I went to the cinema with my mother to see Beauty and The Beast, and I have to say, I… 1,634 more words

Film

The French in Bajan Politics

Those of us who refuse to navel gaze by maintaining a keen interest in global affairs would have followed the the Brexit referendum and all that ensued in the United Kingdom, followed by the elevation of Donald Trump to the presidency of the USA. 471 more words

Opinion

About White Trash and Fairness

Like many Americans, I had a visceral reaction to photos of Sarah Palin’s visit to the White House last week. (See Washington Post article.) 947 more words

Perspective

Raining Men and Corpses

How about a little shake-up and I share a book review?

One of my resolutions for the year was to read as many books as I could again. 185 more words

March for Science

London, Saturday April 22nd 2017

The weather is changeable as I leave the flat in the late morning. Sunny spells – dazzling my eyes clad in contact lenses – are abruptly overtaken by the English drizzle that leaves me damp and puzzled because the sun has already regained its prominence. 560 more words

Factual