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Slippery Slope on Swastikas

Slippery Slope on Swastikas

Aside from a pair of Christian Louboutins, most people do not give a lot of thought to the look...

Just Sayin’: Memes Aren’t That Important

Just Sayin’: Memes Aren’t That Important

In the latest Social Justice Warrior makeup outrage, for once it’s Tarte Cosmetics up on the...

Memory Lane Monday: Ballots and 130,000 Refugees Unaccounted For

Memory Lane Monday: Ballots and 130,000 Refugees Unaccounted For

With Germany going to vote for Angela Merkel as leader of the Fatherland for the fourth time in...

Genius Idea: Slides For Men Not Women

Genius Idea: Slides For Men Not Women

Let’s finish up Summer 2017, with this little bit of genius from Germany’s Galaxy Water Park,...

Bikini Rights

Bikini Rights

You wouldn’t think that the right to wear a bikini would be eroded under a Trump Administration,...

July’s Book: The 5,000 Year Leap

Ready for a leap?28 great ideas that changed the world.As you can tell from our side margins, this month’s PD Book Club pick is W. Cleon Skousen’s The Five Thousand Year Leap and can be just the cure for any residual Independence Day blues you’ve got.

Memory Lane Monday: Madison

Madison.James Madison, also seen on the $5,000 bill.It’s the Fourth of July, which means that while everyone dons “Make America Great Again” ball caps around a bonfire, our staff is going to look back at the words of James Madison.

June’s Book: All the Trouble in the World

Truth.As available in audiobook form.Our staff promised you the perfect beach read for June and don’t worry, we didn’t welch on that.

P.J. O’Rourke’s All the Trouble in the World: The Lighter Side of Overpopulation, Famine, Ecological Disaster, Ethnic Hatred, Plague, and Poverty has a lot to offer.

You might be thinking, “Oh great. Famine and plague are in the title, another uplifting pick from the PD Book Club,” but give us some credit, it isn’t nearly as depressing as it sounds.

Memory Lane Monday: Bernie’s Man---and Woman

Free to a point.The socialist sweat machine.In order to prevent a Jeb Bush, “I could drop my pants, moon the whole crowd. Everybody would be aghast, except the press guys would never notice,” moment from Bernie Sanders’ for this week’s Memory Lane Monday we will go back to his 1972 Vermont Freeman article Man---and Woman.

May’s Book: The New Totalitarians

The Brave New World.The history of a doomed State.Are you ready for a completely obscure (even for us) PD Book Club pick for May? Okay, we warned you.

April’s Book: The Aquariums of Pyongyang

Published in 2005.We promise to bring you a happier title for May.Our PD Book Club has covered the depravity of tyranny seen through the eyes of a child a few times already with First They Killed My Father and Escape From Camp 14, but with Rodong Sinmun recently writing about citizens of the DPRK needing to prepare to, “Chew the roots of plants,” we feel that it would be a disservice to our PDers to not recommend Kang Chol-Hwan’s autobiography, The Aquariums of Pyongyang: Ten Years in the North Korean Gulag.


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