Hunter “Doc” Hayes

It’s 11 p.m., and Hunter “Doc” Hayes is still at work. Not that this is an unusually hectic day for him. At the age of 27, this Texas native has

Lessons from Right to Left

In the late 1970s, conservatives found themselves seemingly cornered. The economy was in the hands of Keynesians; the radical social ideas of the previous decade had insinuated themselves into the

An Investment Piece

Ladies, do you really need another handbag? Of course you do. Just be sure and get the priciest one. Examine the stitching and the hardware. Think quality over quantity. Consider

Full House

Full House

The Learning Channel (“a place for learning minds”) was originally conceived as PBS but with better production values, a station devoted to such high-minded fare as documentaries on animal mating

Game Over

Game Over

Pickup artists (PUAs, in parlance) were first launched into mass social consciousness by Rolling Stone reporter Neil Strauss’s 2005 book, The Game: Penetrating the Secret Society of Pickup Artists. They

Heheh!

Heheh!

dpletka@twitter: What Syria needs to do to make us mad is start building settlements in the West Bank.

Yemen needs Al Qaeda

Feeling happy? Upbeat? Optimistic? I can take care of that problem for you. Yesterday evening, I attended a very informative discussion about Yemen and Somalia sponsored by the Foreign Policy

Cheney: I respect Prof. Kagan

Once again, we’re talking about Liz, not Dick. On the same panel where she condemned the Bush administration’s “failure” on Iran, Cheney noted that Elena Kagan had been one of