Tag Archives: Republicans and Sex

Republican Sex

Graduate school at Duke University in the early seventies was odd, because North Carolina is odd, but the Woodrow Wilson people were paying for it all and Duke had a major Swift scholar at the time. If you’re going to … Continue reading

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Longing for Lubbock in the Fifties

The rest of America has long had a problem with Texas – they talk funny down there, and they dress funny, and they keep saying everything is bigger and better in Texas. They’re America’s egotistical rich buffoons, who were skewered … Continue reading

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Echoes of Echo Park

It’s hard to miss. Just down Sunset Boulevard in Echo Park there’s the Angelus Temple – of the International Church of the Foursquare Gospel – dedicated on January 1, 1923 – the crowning achievement of the first real celebrity evangelist America … Continue reading

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Core Values and Moral Relativism

Neighborhood Note: This was an odd day in Hollywood. In the morning, the major sex symbol of the seventies, Farah Fawcett, died – at Saint John’s Hospital over in Santa Monica. She was sixty-two. Many of us are. And in … Continue reading

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