For years, there has been a multipronged attempt to drive...
I was kindly invited by Jack Fowler, publisher of The National Review, to be one of the speakers at National Review’s post-election cruise.
Best part is that they managed to find a 15-year-old photo of me for their promo materials. Boy, will anyone who meets me in person be disappointed.
I’ve done a number of radio appearances regarding my column at The Washington Examiner, Lawlessness is now the dominant theme in the Obama saga. See my prior post, law·less·ness, noun.
Here are two interviews.
I was on the Jim Vicevich Show on March 17. I blushed at all the kind...
Recent fundraising filings show that Democrat challenger Martha Robertson has raised a fair amount of money in her challenge to incumbent Tom Reed in my home district NY-23. Robertson is a DCCC “red to blue” designee, so it’s not surprising that money is flowing to her.
But Robertson is not spending...
1. contrary to or without regard for the law: lawless violence.
2. being without law; uncontrolled by a law; unbridled; unruly; unrestrained: lawless passion.
3. illegal: bootleggers’ lawless activity.
I appeared on June 19, 2014, on The Larry Elder Show, talking about the BDS movement.
Larry was very familiar with the movement, and voiced some strong opinions.
I appreciate the opportunity, thanks Larry.
UPDATE: Congratulations to Larry for getting a Star on the Walk of Fame!
I was a guest on The Lisa Wexler Show on April 22, 2014.
The show is based in Westchester County, just north of New York City, and covers Poughkeepsie, NY, further north, where Vassar College is located.
We talked about anti-Israel events at Vassar, my debate challenge, and the boycott movement...
I was pleased to appear on The Ed Morrissey Show this afternoon.
Other guests were Andrew Malcolm, Veronique de Rugy, and Sean Noble.
My segment starts at the 41 minute mark.
We talked about the Mozilla and the anti-Israel academic boycott.
(BTW, it’s true that the...
I was a guest last week on the John Batchelor show on WABC radio in NYC, co-hosted by Malcolm Hoenlein, Executive Vice Chairman of the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations.
I spoke about the anti-Israel academic boycott resolution passed by the American Studies Association, and the broader attack on...
I smelled a rat in the Oberlin racism narrative, and so did some other people in the conservative blogosphere, including but not limited to Michelle Malkin and Chuck Ross of The Daily Caller (who obtained the police report that confirmed our suspicions that this was a hoax).
So while Jack Marshall at ...
I was interviewed this morning by Lee Rayburn of WHCU 870 AM in Ithaca.
The topic was the release of prisoners by Israel and the Middle East Peace Process.
I was a guest on Crane Durham”s Nothing But The Truth show on July 15.
We covered a variety of topics related to the George Zimmerman verdict and the aftermath, including threats of federal prosecution and civil lawsuits.
One of the issues we discussed was the false racial narrative of the case perpetuated by the media, a...
The great thing about having your own blog is that you get to quote yourself.
The title is a quote from my interview this morning with Lee Rayburn of WHCU 870 AM in Ithaca.
Two big things have happened this week (so far).
First, yesterday the 200,000th comment was posted at Legal Insurrection:
200,000 comments is not a lot for many websites which use third party platforms like Disqus. We have considered many times, and ultimately rejected, the third-party platforms in favor of more control over who...
Last Monday I appeared as a guest of The Alexander Hamilton Institute for the Study of Western Civilization to give a talk at my alma mater, Hamilton College.
AHI is not affiliated with Hamilton. To the contrary, as discussed here before, Hamilton would not allow AHI on campus after the left-wing faculty who...
I appeared last night on African-American Conservatives Blog Talk Radio.
Before me was Allen West.
If you want to jump ahead, my segment starts at the 30 minute mark (it’s easier to scroll forward if you go to the AACONS page which has a larger embedded audio which is easier to scroll).