Brett Kimberlin shows why Wikipedia should not be used as a reference

As we hit Everybody Blog about Brett Kimberlin day +2 Patterico discovers that apparently if one can not have an article containing "positive attributes" of Brett Kimberlin on Wikipedia, you can't have an article on Brett Kimberlin on Wikipedia at all. Hello. My name is Patrick Frey and I operate a blog at patterico.com. I … Continue reading Brett Kimberlin shows why Wikipedia should not be used as a reference

One other thought on the Arab Spring…

Mark Steyn's brilliant piece on the Arab spring contains a paragraph that is likely oft passed over but deserving to be highlighted. Whatever one feels about the sharia-enforcing, Jew-hating, genital-mutilating enthusiasts of the Muslim Brotherhood, they do accurately reflect a significant slice — and perhaps a majority — of the Egyptian people. The problem with … Continue reading One other thought on the Arab Spring…

The lighter side of dhimmitude: True Lies and the TV-MA rating

There are certain movies that is you have cable are constantly on the set, the most common one that comes to mind is Harrison Ford's the Fugitive but a close second is the action comedy True Lies from 1994 featuring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jamie Lee Curtis and Tom Arnold with a supporting cast that includes a … Continue reading The lighter side of dhimmitude: True Lies and the TV-MA rating