Professor Charles R. Kesler was featured on Bill Bennett's program, "Morning in America," for about twenty minutes discussing The Claremont Review of Books, conservatism, and the work of Claremont McKenna professor emeritus, Harry V. Jaffa. It's well worth listening to in its entirety. You can listen to it here. (Or for my Facebook readers by going to claremontconservative.com.)
Thursday, November 18, 2010
I have mocked Laura Skandera-Trombley rather routinely over here at The Claremont Conservative, especially her views on so-called alternative medicine and racial preferences.
I've generally done that for all the right reasons, so it's only fair that I promote her Boston Globe review of Mark Twain's Autobigraphy.
You can also have a look at her discussion of Mark Twain as our first modern celebrity and how current celebrities are taking up lessons from Twain.