Now liberals like Reagan? (See here.) This is why I was always bothered by the intensity of Bush Derangement Syndrome. They’ll come around, eventually.
This shows an insult? It looks like he’s just scratching his cheek, but that isn’t how the Japanese fans took it.
Here's one of the odder sports stories these days: cricket-playing inner-city young men in LA who are now going on tour in Australia. I remember reading about this when they first started up, but I didn’t realize they are still going strong.
This country would be better off if most liberals and leftists were to transcend the Sixties. The Sixties ended over forty years ago, and since those of us who lived through it made a number of mistakes, we’d be better off admitting them and trying to correct them. Instead, most liberals and leftists are still entranced by the ideas of that decade and won’t admit to any mistakes whatsoever.
Here, however, black intellectual John McWhorter transcends the Sixties in this post in which he lists ten people (of all races) whom black history could do without. Notice that seven of the ten people on his list came up with their ideas in the Sixties (I'm assuming that books published in 1970 were written in the Sixties), and two of the remaining three are products of that decade. Admittedly, it is easy for McWhorter to transcend the Sixties since he came of age after they were over, but his list should give liberals and leftists a clue as to how history will treat their favorite decade.