The #unexpectedly Chronicles: What About the Syrian Right of Return?

There is one thing about the Syrian refugee crisis that makes no sense. We are hearing the left demand that the west to all it can to accept and resettle Syrians displaced by the current war. What about the right to return? I mean after all, these Syrians lived in Syria just four years ago. … Continue reading The #unexpectedly Chronicles: What About the Syrian Right of Return?

Totalitarianism on the rise and free speech under attack at DePaul

By John Ruberry "Hey there," I said to a co-worker who is a DePaul student a couple of days ago, "a friend of mine was arrested at your college for videotaping a protest." That friend was Jeremy Segal, also known as Rebel Pundit, and he was briefly jailed by the Chicago Police for his alleged crimes. … Continue reading Totalitarianism on the rise and free speech under attack at DePaul

The Unexpectedly Chronicles: Doug Mataconis Still Defending Hillary after all these years

Back in 2013 I got into a Twitter exchange with Doug Mataconis which started when I pointed out that Hillary Clinton's record as secretary of state is an argument against her presidency: seriously #hillary2016 @morning_joe ? #egypt & #syria are burning & the sec of state that gave us both should be president? #tcot #p2— … Continue reading The Unexpectedly Chronicles: Doug Mataconis Still Defending Hillary after all these years