Great work my friend.
How about this quote from Camille Paglia, self-described “dissident feminist”, from a long-form interview in Salon.com <link>, on Jon Stewart:
I think Stewart’s show demonstrated the decline and vacuity of contemporary comedy. I cannot stand that smug, snarky, superior tone. I hated the fact that young people were getting their news through that filter of sophomoric snark. … I’m sorry, but Jon Stewart is not a major figure. He’s certainly a highly successful T.V. personality, but I think he has debased political discourse. I find nothing incisive in his work. As for his influence, if he helped produce the hackneyed polarization of moral liberals versus evil conservatives, then he’s partly at fault for the political stalemate in the United States.
Here she is on Liberalism’s intolerance of Christianity and simultaneous bending-over-backward for Islamism:
The real problem is a lack of knowledge of religion as well as a lack…
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