Mark Nuckols

Posted March 04, 2015

Once again Russian strongman Vladimir Putin has blood on his hands, and once again he is smugly confident that he will get away with murder.

Posted March 02, 2015

Writing this weekly round-up of the muddled and nonsensical bull in the New York Times op-ed pages is usually a pleasure. Its not all that hard to take a typical NYT column and easily identify the gapingly obvious liberal biases, factual errors, and logical mistakes.

Posted February 21, 2015

The third Monday of February is Presidents Day, when we celebrate the birthday of George Washington, at least when were not pre-occupied with Presidents Days sales.

Posted February 18, 2015

Today it couldnt be more clear that Russian President Vladimir Putin cannot be relied upon to keep his word, if there ever was any doubt.

Posted February 14, 2015

Charles Blow reliably and ceaselessly provides a regular dose of outraged indignation. Paul Krugman unfailingly harps on how dumb Republicans are and how were all going to starve to death without more deficit spending to prime the pump.

Posted February 13, 2015

Vladimir Putin is a gangster at the head of a criminal state. Unfortunately, Russia is a nuclear armed criminal state run by ignorant and dishonest thugs. We simply cannot rely on the Kremlin to deal in good faith or perhaps even act rationally.

Posted February 07, 2015

Charles Blow is the gift that keeps on giving.

Posted February 05, 2015

America, its time you get used to some new officially mandated personal pronouns in addition to quaint old he and she.

Posted January 31, 2015

This week Charles Blow single-handedly serves up enough cheap laughs for this weeks review of vapid and ridiculous nonsense from the op-ed pages of the New York Times.

Posted January 24, 2015

I have been a loyal reader of the New York Times for decades, and I rely upon The Grey Lady for the news.

Posted January 21, 2015

America has the best cops in the world. Without question, the men and women who serve in blue uniform in the United States are the braver and more professional than the police forces of any other country.

Posted January 10, 2015

The problem isnt Islam. Its Muslims. Thats a critical distinction we need to make if we want to understand the motivations behind Wednesdays massacre in Paris, and the civilizational conflict before us.

Posted January 07, 2015

Its a question of civilization versus barbarism. Earlier today armed gunmen burst into the Paris offices of a small satire magazine and murdered twelve people in cold blood.

Posted December 27, 2014

In his annual year end press conference, Russian President Vladimir Putin showed beyond the shadow of a doubt that he is in fact mentally unhinged.

Posted December 19, 2014

Russian President Vladimir Putin has been riding high for most of 2014.

Posted July 22, 2014

Vladimir Putin is hoping to get away with murder. Last week a civilian airliner was shot down over eastern Ukraine by a sophisticated anti-aircraft missile system, and 298 innocent people died as a result. Simple logic and all the early evidence to point to Russia as the guilty party, but Putin smugly believes that he will get off scot-free. And he has good reasons to think so.

Posted May 09, 2014

Today is May 9, which is the date Russia celebrates the defeat of Nazi Germany (in Europe and America, May 8 is considered the date that marks the end of the war, but because of the time difference, German commanders signed the surrender documents on May 9 Moscow time).

Posted April 13, 2014

In a rare triumph for common sense in Washington, it is being reported that the Justice Department intends to allow “tactical leeway” to the FBI to use ethnic profiling. This is welcome news for the security of our country. Profiling and stereotyping are a fact of life.

Posted April 09, 2014

In his fourteen years in power, Vladimir Putin has now made three successful land grabs. In 2008 he de facto annexed South Ossetia and Abkhazia, two miniscule and impoverished provinces in the former Soviet republic of Georgia.

Posted March 31, 2014

On Thursday, the 193-member General Assembly of the United Nations voted 100 to 11 to denounce the Crimean referendum - a balloting that paved the way for the absorption of the peninsula into Russia - as illegal. Another 58 countries abstained, while the remaining 24 did not vote.

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