mark steyn

Spare a thought for those killed yesterday. We hardly do. Not anymore, not unless the death toll's three figures.

Because we won’t put up security barriers where they count – at the nation’s border – we have to have ever more intrusive and constricting security on everything within the border.

C'mon, Justice Kennedy. Obamacare v. Playboy: It would be a decision for the ages — and an act of bracing constitutional hygiene.

If the Supreme Court really wished to perform a service, it would declare that henceforth no law can be longer than, say, 27 pages — or, at any rate, no longer than the copy of Playboy Congressman Conyers was reading on that commuter flight.

The dawning of the Age of Aquarius.

When commentators bleat about the incoherence of Italian-style “left”/”right” coalitions, they’re missing the point.

Lieutenant-Colonel Arnaud Beltrame, deputy commander of the Aude division of France's Gendarmerie Départementale.

There will be more Arnaud Beltrames and “Mireille K”s, because there will be more Redouane Lakdims, because more and more arrive each day, because President Macron and M Collomb and their counterparts throughout Europe have decreed it must be so and can never change.

Nikolas Cruz being arraigned.

The fetishization of “self-esteem” assists the transformation of every “repressed lonely fantasist into a narcissistic psycho”.

Sir Francis Bacon: Just another boring dead loser you don't need to know anything about.

We live in wretchedly moronic times in which even senators, lieutenant governors and other panjandrums who bestride the land know nothing of anything that happened before last Tuesday.

The Co-Dependents of the “Independent” Counsel.

What Happens in Vegas Doesn’t Stay in Reno.

On Saturday night, at the end of a speech on immigration, I was asked by a lady in the audience about Sunday’s impending election in Germany.

On Saturday night, at the end of a speech on immigration, I was asked by a lady in the audience about Sunday’s impending election in Germany.

The Deep State isn’t just deep, it’s broad and bloated – and it decided last November that it would not accept the result of a perfectly lawful and proper election.