He doesn’t look a thing like Jesus But he talks like a gentleman Like you imagined When you were young 2003 and 2004 brought us the front edge what I’ve come to […]
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In this week’s Saturday Video Roundup, a Labor Day Weekend tribute to excellence and innovation in music. First up, courtesy of Founding Scrogue Mike Sheehan, is Klaus Nomi, a unique performer if […]
In 1682 or thereabouts the English poet John Dryden’s famous mock-epic, “MacFlecknoe,” was published (perhaps without the author’s consent). In it Dryden butchers his contemporary, the comparatively less talented Thomas Shadwell (who […]
On April 16 we launched Scholars & Rogues.
It doesn’t seem controversial to suggest that journalism in America (and beyond) is in trouble, and there are any number of factors contributing to the malaise. A particular concern of mine has […]
:UPDATED BELOW: “If you want to see hate, urged violence, bigotry, racism, and intolerance in general, and anti-American speech, this is the event.” “[It’s] bigger than any KKK, Nazi, or Muslim terrorist […]
Misguided University of Colorado response to campus stabbing: is it about safety or is it about litigation and the media?
On Monday, an incoming freshman at the University of Colorado was injured in a knife attack by a mentally ill former university employee. The student is fine, fortunately, and the assailant is […]
The hottest thing on the Internets right now is the video of Miss Teen South Carolina trying, unsuccessfully, to answer a painfully simple question. In this SVR Special Report, we look at […]
Whether your pet peeve is the “US American” educational system, beauty pageants, the state of South Carolina or blondes, there’s something here for everybody.
Welcome to this week’s installment of the Scholars & Rogues SVR, which promises to start strong and then go downhill like a runaway shopping cart. First up: If you’ve never heard or […]