Tag Archives: Camille Paglia

All the Fine Pleasures of Life

Fabrizio del Wrongo writes: I liked Hubert Woroniecki’s documentary on Elite Modeling kingpin John Casablancas, particularly the subject’s reflections on life, beauty, sex, and leisure. It’s based on voice recordings Casablancas made prior to his death, so it’s a bit … Continue reading

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Paleo Retiree writes: Bring back Glass-Steagall. Economist Michael Hudson, who’s been right about a lot of things, is predicting a “slow crash.” Maybe we shouldn’t be so fast to abandon cash. How important (and effective) was the Paris climate accord … Continue reading

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Paleo Retiree writes: James Kunstler: “The Deep State is determined to drive Trump from office.” Thomas E. Patterson, professor of government and media at Harvard: “Trump’s coverage during his first 100 days set a new standard for negativity. Of news … Continue reading

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Paleo Retiree writes: Will the next religious revival in the West be Islamic? Steve Sailer wonders if Hillary Clinton can survive Patricia Arquette. Why has our government’s diet advice been so bad? Have the benefits of statins been oversold? Does … Continue reading

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Fabrizio del Wrongo writes: Is Steve Sailer onto something here? How long before the National Telecommunications and Information Administration is monitoring your online activity? Manly bookplates. What if Sterling had been revealed as The Worst Person Ever two weeks later, … Continue reading

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Duck a la Paglia

Fenster writes: It is awfully easy to make light of dust-ups like the one over Phil Robertson.  Does it matter what a reality show celeb says and whether he stays on the air?  Narrowly speaking, no.  I didn’t know Robertson … Continue reading

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Paleo Retiree writes: Interesting how much some of these pathetic (if also zany) Brutalist Yugoslavian monuments — shown here in photos by Jan Kempenaers — resemble contemporary chic architecture. Coincidence? An interview with journalist Colin Flaherty, who has been tracking the Knockout … Continue reading

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Paleo Retiree writes: More fascinating thinking from HBD*Chick about inbreeding and outbreeding, this time as they pertain to Anglo-Saxon England. Thanks to Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, we’re able to peep at the superdeluxe lifestyles of Mexican drug lords. Will S. … Continue reading

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Blowhard, Esq. writes: So Yahoo! bought Tumblr for $1.1 billion. Like many Tumblr users, my main hope is that Yahoo! won’t ruin the service, i.e. let us keep all of our filthy and disgusting porn. But really, Yahoo! has no … Continue reading

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Might Makes Right!

Fenster writes: Or might makes right? As always, it’s your decision. Which reminds me.  You can make fun of Dan Brown all you want (and here is a spirited defense of his latest oovruh).  But The DaVinci Code was if … Continue reading

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