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A reader notices that an old acquaintance from decades ago now has her own blog: Bad Rachel. A fairly representative post is here.Rachel Abrams of the Weekly Standard is the daughter of Norman Podhoretz and Midge Decter, and half-sister of John Podhoretz.Her husband Elliott Abrams was, according to his biography at the Council of Foreign... Read More
From the Wall Street Journal's editorial page:Don't let the doorknob hit you on the way out.Oh, so that's why the co-author of the McCain-Kennedy amnesty bill lost!It is too early to say which way Mr. Obama will really swing in foreign affairs. But if it is toward resolve in the war against Islamic terrorism --... Read More
From Slate:Big LoveWhy Americans swoon for the former Soviet Republic of Georgia.By Ilan GreenbergAmerican Georgia boosters may not boast the same numbers and history as, say, lovers of Paris. But what they lack in size and tradition they more than compensate for with depth of feeling. In fact, it is hard to overstate the level... Read More
I've just started reading They Knew They Were Right: The Rise of the Neocons by Jacob Heilbrunn, a senior editor at The National Interest. It traces neoconservatism back to the storied Trotskyite alcove at the CCNY cafeteria in the 1930s, but this section on p. 11-13 jumped out at me:"The neocons claim to be an... Read More
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From the neocon vanity newspaper, the New York Sun: Commentary's Transition New York Sun Editorial October 16, 2007 While the Republicans are arguing about the meaning of their party and their philosophy, one of the clearest-thinking journals in America, Commentary magazine, is signaling that its own transition will be true on matters of principle. It... Read More
A reader points out that Tamar Jacoby, the leading spokesperson for the Cheap Labor lobby, married the legendary Eric Breindel in 1988, although the marriage famously didn't last long. (Here's the NYT's article "Miss Jacoby Is Affianced" and here's the wedding notice.)Due to his personal magnetism, energy, and ambition, Breindel is an extremely important figure... Read More
My new column: By Steve Sailer As Dr. Frankenstein used to say: "It's alive!" Just as I warned last week, the Kennedy-Bush-McCain Axis of Amnesty reanimated their patched-together monster in the Senate … although it's definitely not back by popular demand. If this bill were a horror movie, it would be House of Wax... Read More
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Steve Sailer is a journalist, movie critic for Taki's Magazine, columnist, and founder of the Human Biodiversity discussion group for top scientists and public intellectuals.

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