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Monthly Archives: August 2010
While I’ve expected to be accused of many things in my 44 years, political correctness was not among them. However, it’s happened. My college has engaged in a change, that while purely symbolic, has stirred up strong emotions in people … Continue reading
An article that ran Friday at CNN came onto my radar screen today thanks to a couple of recommendations at what Morgan Freeberg calls the Hello Kitty of Blogging. The headline was catchy: “More Teens Becoming ‘Fake Christians’.” The piece … Continue reading
A little something to tide you over … William Penn Fyve — Swami. A fun little number from 1966, and one on which I took vocals at last night’s gig. TC Atlantic — Faces. From the Twin Cities, these were … Continue reading
I’ve mentioned the work of Theodore Dalrymple on several occasions in my time here, and am pleased to do so again, this time under his real byline of Anthony Daniels. In a recent issue of The New Criterion, Daniels contributed … Continue reading
James Taranto’s “Best of the Web Today” column in the WSJ‘s online version is a well written roundup of current events, with healthy dollops of humor. Yesterday’s edition offers an interesting consideration of the attitudes of the soi-disant elite/ruling class, … Continue reading
There’s a very nice piece at the Toronto Star, where columnist Heather Mallick offers a number of lighthearted reasons to study the liberal arts, and why in fact that is an enormously practical action. At the same time, she has … Continue reading