- Music Reviews
- August 19, 2019
Bully Pulpit. Review by Bob Pomeroy.
The cross-dressing comic returned to Memphis with history, philosophy, and plenty of laughs.
Ever strike up a life-altering conversation in an unexpected place amongst unlikely company? Well, Carl F Gauze just discovered his path to enlightenment inside a beer tent! Or rather, that’s where the author of The Why Café slung him the small book with a big message about existence and fulfillment.
Carl F Gauze heartily recommends this specialized travel book about the Transcendentalist movement and the Boston area. He doesn’t mention, though, if they’ve set up a breakfast nook in Thoreau’s old jail cell from Civil Disobedience.
Hey, even guys who go to meetings of their college’s “Objectivist Club” can’t spell or form a sentence worth a good goddamn (to say nothing of the dubious level of emotional maturity). Thanks Maketh Me Swoon.
Sean Carswell examines the systematic pillaging of Indian (or Native American, if you prefer) spirituality by the New Age set and the hypocrisy of organized religion.