BY DUDLEY BROWN | DECEMBER 12, 2012
A little after midnight on election night, I received a call from a close friend who needed someone to talk to and knew I'd be awake.
I could hear his voice shaking as he asked me to make sense of the results we were both watching come in from the polls.
BY MENCKEN'S GHOST | DECEMBER 12, 2012
Harvey Mansfield has said what I’ve been afraid to say for fear of being labeled with one of the “un” adjectives: undemocratic, un-American, and unkind.
BY LARRY KLAYMAN | DECEMBER 12, 2012
No, I’m not writing about a sequel to the Steve Carell comedy flick “The 40 Year Old Virgin,” or about the even more low-class holiday issue of Playboy magazine. Believe it or not, this column is about a case I filed in Montgomery, Ala., over the eligibility of Barack Hussein Obama, which was just decided at the lower circuit court level by the Honorable Eugene W. Reese, a liberal Democrat judge.