Sleaze & Slander is a pleasure to read whatever your politics. For conservatives, especially those who might find Ayn Rand’s doorstoppers a chore, it offers the additional fillip of a comfortable intellectual harbour to be enjoyed in small, delightful bites. “I’m generally dubious about institutions and the limitations of government, and that’s the raw material of political conservatism. It’s also pretty good fodder for light verse,” says Juster, pointing to Jonathan Swift, the famous 18 century Irish satirist and champion of liberty, as a source of inspiration.
Sunday, September 25, 2016
… A poet worth reading? Start believing! | C2C Journal. (Hat tip, Dave Lull.)