A disaster of biblical proportions

by Burt Prelutsky -- Over the past couple of years, I made a couple of prophecies. The first was that in spite of Obama's threats, Bashar al-Assad would remain in power longer more…

On politics, guns and surgery

by Burt Prelutsky -- One of the basic problems with those on the left is that they become infatuated with certain words while choosing to ignore their meanings. For instance, one of more…

Monkey business

by Burt Prelutsky -- The worst thing about liberals is not that they're wrong on the issues, but that they are hypocrites and liars. The basis for my claim is that the more…

The N-word and the L-word

by Burt Prelutsky -- There are people who will find excuses for pedophiles and for women who feel themselves entitled to having abortions five minutes before the baby is ready to pop, more…

A 2nd Day of Infamy

by Burt Prelutsky -- It's been 12 years since the Islamic faithful inadvertently brought down the twin towers. I say inadvertently because nobody was more surprised than Osama bin Laden when jet more…

America is on Life Alert

by Burt Prelutsky -- As I sit here, apparently everyone in Washington, D.C., is mulling over what to do about Syria. For my part, I'm mulling over what to do about Washington, more…

Rumors, riddles & rebuttals

by Burt Prelutsky -- I've heard that a $5 million class-action lawsuit has been filed here in California on behalf of those people who purchased copies of Lance Armstrong's autobiography in which more…

Obama's de-Nile

by Burt Prelutsky -- I would like to spend a little time wandering through those weird cavernous echo chambers that pass for brains in the skulls of Obama, Kerry, John McCain and more…

The place I live, the books I read

by Burt Prelutsky -- My neighborhood in the San Fernando Valley is diverse. In fact, it's more diverse than the typical college campus and light years more diverse than the typical college more…

The gripes of wrath

by Burt Prelutsky -- There is so much in America today that calls for ridicule and contempt, one hardly knows where to begin. But when in doubt, you can't go wrong starting more…