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Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America enjoy watching California Democrats fight over who won the election to be the next state party chairman, with supporters of the losing candidate alleging lax voter identification enforcement. They also wince as Jon Ossoff moves to a seven-point lead over Karen Handel in the special House race in Georgia. And they sigh as the Manchester terrorism attack elicits more generic calls for unity rather than identifying the obvious motivation for such heinous attacks.
Editor Gabriel elevates Ramones to the exalted position of rescuing music. ‘By 1976, rock music had run its course’ he claims. ELP and Yes were ‘pretentious’ and there was nothing worthy at all in The Bee Gees or The Bay City Rollers. ‘Rock had become overproduced, overwrought and no fun at all,’ he says. Ugghhh! This narrow […]
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