Why China Will Inherit The Moon.
“In many countries today, moral and ethical norms are being reconsidered. They’re now requiring not only the proper acknowledgment of freedom of conscience, political views and private life, but also the mandatory acknowledgment of the equality of good and evil.”
So in the bizarre, Post-modern, Post-Cold War world, the authoritarian President of the oligarchic glob formerly known as the CCCP just gave us a lot of useful knowledge free of charge. Perhaps it was his way of thanking the NSA for all interesting things that he learned about America from Edward Snowden and Julian Assange. Whether we realize it yet or not, Mr. Putin just explained to us why China can reach the moon, while the United States of America no longer has that level of national will.
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Paglia: Too late for Obama to turn it around?
The last column Camille Paglia did for Salon was highly controversial, but the course of events on health care since her column has her vindicated. Here is the link to this months treat from Salon that is Paglia’s column, and last months column is linked to below: “What a difference a month makes! When my last controversial column posted on Salon in the second week | Read More »
Camille Paglia has no buyer’s remorse.
Which should relieve the administration, given what she might have written if she did: …I must confess my dismay bordering on horror at the amateurism of the White House apparatus for domestic policy. When will heads start to roll? I was glad to see the White House counsel booted, as well as Michelle Obama’s chief of staff, and hope it’s a harbinger of things to | Read More »
Sarah Palin Inspires African Women To Run For President
Filed under news the state run media doesn’t want you to know: According to the website Africa Matata, Miss Malawi, Perth Msiska has given up her crown to pursue a career in politics. She cites Sarah Palin as her inspiration. As we all know, besides being a state championship winning basketball player, and marathon runner, Governor Palin put herself through college with the scholarships she | Read More »
Paglia often witty, insightful – today, has a brain charleyhorse
I don’t read her often, because I don’t need to wade through leftist clutter to be amused by sophisticated wit and the occasional nugget of stunning clarity. Pejman Yousefzadeh gives me every bit the wit she could, he’s a conservative, and his intellectual well….let’s put it this way, it’s deep enough you don’t see pennies in the bottom. Nonetheless, since Paglia chose today for a | Read More »
Camille Paglia defends talk radio
Cross posted to The Political Class. In response to a question labeling the Fairness Doctrine as modern day censorship, CP delivers the goods: If there’s anything that demonstrates the straying of the Democratic Party leadership from basic liberal principles, it’s this blasted Fairness Doctrine — which should be fiercely opposed by all defenders of free speech. Except when national security is at risk, government should | Read More »