P. J. O'Rourke is in top form in two of his latest pieces: one on mass transit ("There are just two problems with mass transit. Nobody uses it, and it costs like hell.") and one on John Kerry

America is not doctrinaire. It's hard for an American politician to come up with an ideological position that is permanently unforgivable. Henry Wallace never quite managed, or George Wallace either. But Kerry's done it. American free speech needs to be submitted to arbitration because Americans aren't smart enough to have a First Amendment, and you can tell this is so, because Americans weren't smart enough to vote for John Kerry.