Dangerous Political Fantasies: The Left Wing and Virgil’s Ivory Gates

My favorite author of all time, Virgil, raised quite a bit of mischief over the years. Not only did he scandalize readers by describing in graphic (and poetic) detail the experience of surviving urban warfare in Book II of the Aeneid; he also brought readers into hysterical tears with the epic romance and breakup of…

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LOVE & RELATIONSHIPS: Latino Pride, feminism, sports, or smut?

In this edition of Love & Relationships, Denise and Bobby “tackle” the Superbowl halftime show of 2020. Was Jennifer Lopez’s controversial performance a call for Latino pride, for feminism, for excellence in athletics, or for more of the same smut that stains our popular culture? Denise presents a womanly counterpoint and states her objections to…

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Meghan breaks with UK royals: was she acting American or liberal?

For this installment of Love and Relationships, Bobby and Denise discuss the flurry of news coverage about Harry and Meghan’s decision to quit their royal obligations in the UK and move to Canada. Drawing from 1 Samuel and the passage in which Israel is warned about the costs of submitting to a monarch, Bobby and…

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