Mark Cuban Acquitted of Made-Up Crime

It’s long been my position that there’s no such thing as “insider trading.” (I could go on and on about why I hold that position, but I’ll spare you right now. Suffice it to say that another word for “insider information” is “information”; the only thing that makes it “insider” is where you’re standing when you hear it.) It’s a More …

The Riots That Didn’t Happen

Even though there have been some unpleasant incidents, you have to admit that the public reaction to the verdict in the George Zimmerman trial has been pretty mild. It’s been downright somnambulant when you consider that some of America’s favorite racial demagogues have spent the better part of a year basically calling for riots. On WSJ.com James Taranto looks at More …

Prager on the Death Penalty

Dennis Prager has perhaps the strongest pro-death penalty position I have ever heard from anyone. Here he explains the reasoning behind it:

The American Street Erupts

Remember all those people who were dancing in the street in the Middle East after 9/11? Yeah, me too.