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Stories by Eric Golub

Brooklyn born, Long Island raised and now living in Los Angeles, Eric Golub is a politically conservative columnist, blogger, author, public speaker, satirist and comedian. Read more from Eric at his TYGRRRR EXPRESS blog. Eric is the author of the book trilogy “Ideological Bigotry, “Ideological Violence,” and “Ideological Idiocy.”

Ghadafi, Detroit, and Bob Herbert

Every once in awhile a bully and a tyrant decides after decades of abusing people to voluntarily give up power. Yes, Bob Herbert is finally leaving the Jayson Blair Times.

Failed liberal Katie Couric liberally failed

The Arab Spring may be slow in the making, but the American Spring is shaping up beautifully. Another failed liberal has liberally failed. Another despot is finally running away before they can be pushed out. Katie Couric

Libya, Liberals, and France

America must lead. If we don’t, our nation will soon be as irrelevant as American leftists and the French secular leftists they worship.

The world burns while liberals protest

LOS ANGELES, March 16, 2011 — It just will not stop. From Japan to Libya to North America, the world is on fire. The 9.0 earthquake that rocked Japan triggered a tsunami that caused devastation and deaths from Asia to the American west coast. Now Japan is fighting to prevent several nuclear reactors from melting ...

Japan: The long road ahead

LOS ANGELES — March 13, 2011 — It just never ends. The world is burning. It just does not stop. On Friday, March 11, around 10pm Los Angeles time, a 9.0 earthquake rocked Northern Japan. A 13 foot tsunami overturned cars, swept boats from safe harbor, destroying towns and lives. Buildings are on fire. Nuclear ...

National Palestinian Radio deserves the death penalty

LOS ANGELES, March 9, 2011 — One despot is down, but many more remain. The firing of Vivian Schiller, the Civility Killer, from NPR (National Palestinian Radio) is a good start. She is, however, but one link in a rusted chain that needs to be completely disposed of. The question should not be why NPR ...