As 2019 comes to a close, it’s once again time to take a look at the year gone by and pick out some top posts.
My co-blogger Finn, who likes to sit on my lap when I’m working, helped me compile the list which includes higher education and politics. The stories are listed from oldest to newest.
Who can forget the 2019 SOTU response by Pelosi and Schumer? It was a spectacle for the ages which received widespread mockery.
There were a few violent incidents on college campuses in 2019. In this instance, a student was approached by a bully with Trump Derangement Syndrome who punched him out, completely unprovoked.
The media has beclowned itself repeatedly this year, often through projection, as this story showed.
Victor Davis Hanson has been a brilliant voice of reason over the last few years. He was one of the first major figures to describe the effort of Democrats and their allies to oust Trump as a “coup.” I have watched the interview video in this post at least a half-dozen times.
Professor Sullivan was targeted by student activists at Harvard for the crime of agreeing to join Harvey Weinstein’s legal team. Weinstein is certainly a despicable figure, but the Harvard community should be ashamed of their treatment of Sullivan and his wife. No one seems to understand due process anymore. I followed every development of this story, and it made my blood boil.
Like many other people, I knew Beto was finished before he did. It’s hard to think of another candidate who started with such huge momentum only to crash and burn.
Do you remember the brief controversy over this film? There were some conservatives who scoffed at anyone who was offended, saying that the movie actually made the ‘deplorable’ characters the heroes, but that was hardly the point.
This was easily one of my favorite stories this year. I love the idea and greatly enjoyed the reaction to it from Democrats and the media. It’s still not too late to make this happen, folks.
I mention this story every single time climate change comes up at a Democrat primary debate. Apparently, no one has warned the Obamas about the coming climate change driven apocalypse.
We owe a debt of gratitude to this man for confirming what many of us have known all along. The swamp does not want to be drained.
As we head into 2020 and the election, let this serve as a reminder of where most of the media stands.
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