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Cammille Paglia Nails It.

I think Cammille Paglia is usually off in left field somewhere. Oh, she’s a smart lady. She went to college. She did well in life, and for that I give her credit. 502 more words


Camille Paglia: The Radical Libertarian

Reading through Camille Paglia’s criticisms of the culture, one cannot help but think that most other social critics of our generation either feed a confirmation bias or speak about things for which most of us have no interest.   3,899 more words


Camille Paglia

Camille Paglia takes on Jon Stewart, Trump, Sanders: “Liberals think of themselves as very open-minded, but that’s simply not true!”

In part one of our three-day conversation with Camille Paglia, the brilliant cultural critic talked Bill Cosby, Bill Clinton and the odd, persistent return of ’90s political correctness. 3,157 more words

For The Benefit Of Mankind


I’ve been hearing a lot lately about the term “vocal fry” (when your vocal chords rub together and cause a gravely noise when you speak) and how it causes young women to look unprofessional/forces every other demographic to hate us even more than they usually do. 295 more words


Is Salon.com the Democrat's Version of Donald Trump?

Donald Trump is such a wonderful gift to the Left. I sometimes wonder if he is secretly a Democrat since it looks like he could single-handedly destroy the Republican Party. 417 more words


Let’s make the Confederate flag a hate crime: It is the American swastika and we should recoil it from it in horror

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Nick Bromell is a glittering colossal  jewel of ignorance.

I bet little Nicky does not have a problem the Cuban flag, the Russian Hammer and Sickle or the rainbow flag. 762 more words

Bigot at Boston College: Heather Cox Richardson

Heather Cox Richardson, professor of history at Boston College, teaches nineteenth-century American history at both the undergraduate and the graduate level. She has published numerous articles and books related to the Republican Party, Abraham Lincoln, the war against the South and the Reconstruction which followed. 265 more words