Author: Erik Loomis

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I’ve long defended millennials, which doesn’t even mean anything anymore except for “anyone under 35,” from ridiculous attacks by old people for whatever they don’t like. But if millennials are killing of mayo, then I might have to change my tune: Granted, there are other theories regarding mass generational mayonnaise rejection. Some experts say the […]
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V.S. Naipaul, RIP

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On August 11, 2018
The great writer and Nobel Prize winner V.S. Naipaul has died. Naipaul could be controversial and I sometimes thought his portrayals of non-whites could actually be near-racist themselves, especially the Africans in A Bend in the River, a book the critics loved more than I did. On the other hand, 1961’s A House for Mr. […]

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On August 8, 2018

For all the left media’s hyping of Abdul El-Sayed in the Michigan primary, he never had a shot against Gretchen Whitmer. Whitmer herself is completely fine and a close ally of the United Auto Wo

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Grifters Love Grifters

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On August 8, 2018
The New Gilded Age sure looks a lot like the first Gilded Age. The first congresscritter to endorse Trump is on the board of a publicly traded company and he uses it to engage in insider trading? Perfect! The designers of Credit Mobilier couldn’t ask for more! Here’s what’s laid out in complaints from the […]
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