The Lameness of Adam Lambert
Let’s face it, he’s boring — which my latest column at The American Spectator is certainly not:
At some point, reasonable people might expect an end to these épater les bourgeoisie gestures, as the bourgeoisie have long since ceased to be shocked by such routine public exhibitions. . . .
More than four decades have gone by since Philip Larkin poetically joked about sex having been invented in 1963, “Between the end of the Chatterley ban/And the Beatles’ first LP.” Nevertheless, there stubbornly persists within the self-styled “artistic community” the assumption that middle-class Americans are a bunch of repressed puritanical hypocrites badly in need of the liberating influence that only pelvic thrusts, gay kissing and the choreographed simulation of sadomasochism can provide. . . .
(Cross-posted at The Other McCain.)
Robert Stacy McCain
An embarrassed Senator John McCain, R-AZ, today apologized to members of the U.S. Navy’s version of Alcoholics Anonymous for comparing
Humans have developed the amazing capacity to put themselves in tremendous danger through advancements in technology and weaponry which makes
Question: “Favorite Drink?” — sonk Answer: I’ve never been much of a drinker. I started drinking occasionally in high school