Snobbery and Promotion
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Tag Archives: Palin
I understand regional differences in editorial selection for newspapers and different editions based on a kind of soft “stop the presses,” but really WSJ, are you pandering to us in the “Pro-America” parts of the country? At least we should … Continue reading
About a year ago, I found The Browns on Amazon.com in a random search prompted by the memory of “I heard the bluebird sing” from my puppyhood. I bought the album and couldn’t wait to play it. Well, I should … Continue reading
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So here are my comments to Palin Calls Bloggers “Kids in Pajamas…in Their Parents’ Home” Here is the quote from the Fox News site: –QUOTE– VAN SUSTEREN: Is there anything else that has been raised or said about you in … Continue reading
Last Saturday, Mark Lilla, a professor of humanities at Columbia University, wrote an article in the WSJ titled The Perils of ‘Populist Chic’, What the rise of Sarah Palin and populism means for the conservative intellectual tradition. It was well-thought out and … Continue reading
The family down the street flies the flag every day, even puts a light on it at night and takes it in during the rain. At Christmas time, they decorate their house with a large Nativity star, a manger set … Continue reading