Leadership: What is he? Are men born, of mothers, blessed with a cloak of leadership, clerics of a sort, draped not in flags but in the aforementioned cloaks of leadership? Or is leadership a mere will-o-the-wisp that blesses men momentarily before flitting away, a phantom, off on wings, slipping bonds, to the land of…
Recently, a mentally ill man committed a terrible crime in New York City. So I ask you: Why isn’t Black Lives Matter protesting jerks like that?
As you all know, preserved Reagan-era apricot Peggy Noonan won a Pulitzer Prize this week, an event from which we are all still feeling the warm glow, of heroin. We turn with great anticipation to today’s column, her first public pronouncement from her new, more elevated stature.
We—along with Cesar, who works at the deli counter—would like to extend our congratulations to our friend Peggy Noonan, who has just been awarded the 2017 Pulitzer Prize for commentary. On Ronald Reagan, and other matters.