Daily Archives: January 8, 2018

Mika, Voice of the People

From Mika’s mouth: “I had some friends that went to Paris over the holiday… and they said they were just viscerally embarrassed to be American,” Brzezinski said. Wow. Can you say ‘tone deaf’?

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Walker Percy Weekend

Watching this promo for the annual Walker Percy Weekend, which cuck extraordinaire Rod Dreher helped launch (it’s “a glimpse at what a Jewish immigrant gave to a small Southern town”), made me quite sad. Except for the hired black hands … Continue reading

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Les McCann & Eddie Harris – Compared To What (1969)

A legendary performance from the Montreux Jazz Festival in June 1969. The riff that Eddie Harris starts at 6:59 never ceases to give me goose bumps. Proof that bebop has, to date, been the greatest contribution blacks have made to … Continue reading

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