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French Kiss (1977). This album came out when I was 20 and I have loved it ever since. Continue reading
Posted 1 hour ago at Keith Burgess-Jackson
Posted 1 hour ago at Keith Burgess-Jackson
To the Editor: “Summer Havoc Feared as Lines Snarl Airports” (front page, May 3) again portrays the progressive demoralization of air travelers. Decades of my life have been built on air travel—college years, a Navy enlistment, grad school, career business... Continue reading
Posted 4 hours ago at Keith Burgess-Jackson
For the love of God, Donald Trump hasn't destroyed the Republican Party, or even damaged it. He is in the process of saving it—from the Republican establishment. Don't believe me? Ask Presidents McCain or Romney. The people are back in... Continue reading
Posted 4 hours ago at Keith Burgess-Jackson
You can stay home on election day, John. We don't need your vote. This may be the first time I've ever been happy to vote for someone. I hated McCain and Romney and I hate Cruz. Thank God for Donald.
Toggle Commented 8 hours ago on Politics, Part 2 at Keith Burgess-Jackson
Jonah Goldberg has a severe case of Trump Derangement Syndrome. Read this. Have you ever read anything so petty, spiteful, and self-absorbed? Take a month or two off work, Jonah. Clear your head. Breathe deeply. Smell some flowers. Look around.... Continue reading
Posted yesterday at Keith Burgess-Jackson
If you're either a disappointed Ted Cruz supporter or a Donald Trump hater, I have three words for you to mull: "President Hillary Clinton." Get right with Donald. Continue reading
Posted yesterday at Keith Burgess-Jackson
Break up the Chicago teams! The Cubs and White Sox have the best records in their respective leagues. Windy City World Series, anyone? Continue reading
Posted yesterday at Keith Burgess-Jackson
These people have unwittingly done Donald Trump a service. He now has a list of people who will have no role in his administration, and hence no political power or influence. I love it! Hell hath no fury like a... Continue reading
Posted yesterday at Keith Burgess-Jackson
It's Trump versus Hillary, Kevin. Take your pick.
Toggle Commented 20 hours ago on Politics, Part 2 at Keith Burgess-Jackson
Get right with Donald, John.
Toggle Commented 21 hours ago on Politics, Part 2 at Keith Burgess-Jackson
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Ted Cruz just suspended his campaign. I'm surprised, because I thought he would fight until the bitter end out of stubbornness, spite, and pettiness. Perhaps God told him it was okay to give up. But seriously, it's time to get... Continue reading
Posted yesterday at Keith Burgess-Jackson
To the Editor: Re “The Reactionary Mind” (column, April 24): The “neoreactionaries,” conservatives opposed to liberal orthodoxy whom Ross Douthat would like to see in academia, actually do exist in the academy: But we are called scientists. The reason that... Continue reading
Posted yesterday at Keith Burgess-Jackson
Here's what Republican elites don't get. Hillary Clinton has been planning for many years to run against a conservative. Among other things, this involves: Accusations of racism, sexism, homophobia, xenophobia, ethnocentrism, &c. Accusations of religious bigotry, religious fundamentalism, theocracy, &c.... Continue reading
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Donald Trump will win big in Indiana tomorrow. Write it down. Continue reading
Posted 2 days ago at Keith Burgess-Jackson
Posted 2 days ago at Keith Burgess-Jackson
Territory (1986). One of the greatest guitar players ever, in my humble opinion. Rest in peace, Ronnie. Continue reading
Posted 2 days ago at Keith Burgess-Jackson
Get right with Donald, Professor Jacobson. It's our only chance to beat Hillary. Continue reading
Posted 2 days ago at Keith Burgess-Jackson
To the Editor: I wonder if is possible to dissuade commentators such as Nicholas Kristof (“Saudi Arabia, Exporter of Oil and Bigotry,” April 22) from using the cant expression “Islamophobia.” A phobia is commonly defined as an aberrant and morbid... Continue reading
Posted 2 days ago at Keith Burgess-Jackson
Big Generator (1987). This song was written by guitarist Trevor Rabin, who hails from South Africa. Continue reading
Posted 3 days ago at Keith Burgess-Jackson
Between 2004 and 2015 (inclusive), the New York Yankees paid Alex Rodriguez ("A-Roid") $300,100,000. Between 2009 and 2015 (inclusive), the Yankees paid Mark Teixeira $154,900,000. That's a total of $455,000,000. Result: One World Series appearance (a victory in 2009). I... Continue reading
Posted 3 days ago at Keith Burgess-Jackson