‘Online Op-Ed’ Archive

Prudes at Dinner, Gluttons in Bed March 2, 2010 2 Comments

Apropos of my post more than a month ago on New Year’s Resolutions (attached to refresh your memory) I just found a column by George Will on a similar theme. It seems to me that the words “sin” and “sinful” occur in modern secular prose most often next to the words “chocolate” or “Las Vegas.” […]

The Left Would Rather Bargain with the Redevelopment Monster October 14, 2009 No Comments

I had the fortune to discover a little piece written by one Alyssa Katz in American Prospect Online, after the Kelo decision. The AARP and the NAACP, not organizations of the right, had joined Cato and Reason, of libertarian leanings, in filing briefs for Kelo, which would have restricted the use of eminent domain to […]