Monday, November 30, 2015
“Abortion and Population Control” by Todd Seavey on SpliceToday
People extrapolate wildly from one armed nut and ignore controls on vast swaths of the population, I write in today’s column.
Friday, November 27, 2015
“Cruz vs. Rubio: A Saner Fight” by Todd Seavey on SpliceToday
If Trump falters and Carson falls, we will be welcomed home into the old neoconservative vs. libertarian fight, coalescing perhaps around Rubio and Cruz, I write.
Thursday, November 26, 2015
“Thankful for Science and Capitalism” by Todd Seavey on SpliceToday
I hope you spent Thanksgiving thankful for science and capitalism, the real sources of happiness and prosperity, as I write.
Wednesday, November 25, 2015
“Not Too Thankful, Turkey” by Todd Seavey on SpliceToday
If Turkey starts WWIII, will the left keep talking about Assad and the right whining that the left needs to do even more of the same, I ask in today’s column?
Tuesday, November 24, 2015
“Macri Economics an Anarcho-Capitalist Win” by Todd Seavey on SpliceToday
Argentina’s new, market-leaning president beats the old one, Kirchner, with her slams against “anarcho-capitalism,” I write on SpliceToday.
Monday, November 23, 2015
“10 Revisionist History Targets” by Todd Seavey on SpliceToday
In today’s column, I endorse disliking Woodrow Wilson and urge adding FDR, populism, Pilgrims, and much more to the revisionist list.
Friday, November 20, 2015
“Gygax or Goebbels?” by Todd Seavey on SpliceToday
Our most morally valuable current film franchise may be Hunger Games, assuming you don’t watch it as if it’s football or Dungeons & Dragons, I write on Splice Today.
Thursday, November 19, 2015
“10 Doomed Places” by Todd Seavey on SpliceToday
The EU, the U.S., Vermont, Catalonia, the sea, Amherst, North Korea, and more -- each in its own way doomed, as I write on SpliceToday.
Wednesday, November 18, 2015
“‘Force Awakens’ Awakens Fear” by Todd Seavey on SpliceToday
I write in today’s column that we have plenty of reason to fear what J.J. Abrams might do to Star Wars for the simple reason that we’ve already seen what he did to Star Trek.
Tuesday, November 17, 2015
“Limits of Laughter” by Todd Seavey on SpliceToday
Twenty years later, as I write in today’s column, this snarky world still contains Laura Ingraham, Bill Maher, and South Park.
Monday, November 16, 2015
“List of Allies Grows Thin” by Todd Seavey on SpliceToday
I write in today’s column of my general fear that all the likely responses to terror incidents, in all directions, are wrong.
Friday, November 13, 2015
“Race to the Bottom” by Todd Seavey on SpliceToday
Compassion and our shared humanity demand that we consider the possibility many leftist and anti-racist activists are just jerks, I write on SpliceToday.
Thursday, November 12, 2015
“Professor Click and Her Minions” by Todd Seavey on SpliceToday
How overtly villainous do an evil media studies prof and her violent thug protestor-henchmen have to be before the left notices it has deeper problems, I ask in today’s column?
Wednesday, November 11, 2015
“Factions All the Way Down” by Todd Seavey on SpliceToday
I write that even if the huge GOP field is whittled down to a half-dozen, we may still have irreconcilable factions.
Tuesday, November 10, 2015
“Gitmo for Your Money” by Todd Seavey on SpliceToday
Maybe we could solve several problems at once by ceding colleges to radicals and former Gitmo internees and getting everyone else the hell out of those places, I write today.
Monday, November 9, 2015
“12 Months to Go, 12 Thoughts” by Todd Seavey on SpliceToday
I write of how slim the odds of good things happening seem one year prior to the election, at least for those of us who like Gary Johnson, Rand Paul, and maybe in a pinch Ted Cruz.
Friday, November 6, 2015
“From the Mouths of Bebes” by Todd Seavey on SpliceToday
That video of kids swearing at Trump is only the latest weird use of kids by the left, I write.
Thursday, November 5, 2015
“Remember, Remember” by Todd Seavey on SpliceToday
...the Fifth of November, via my column full of anarchist-friendly thoughts on Alan Moore (again), Donald Trump, Ayn Rand, Ted Cruz, and more.
Wednesday, November 4, 2015
Bond, Moore, Lovecraft, and Swift
Alan Moore is too p.c. to love Tom Swift yet loves Lovecraft, while James Bond and Spike Lee may be the new moderates, I write.
Tuesday, November 3, 2015
Monday, November 2, 2015
“Star Wars vs. Neocons” by Todd Seavey on SpliceToday
I write of Jonathan Last, William Kristol, and most egregiously Sonny Bunch all now endorsing the Empire in Star Wars.
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