Camille Paglia Gets Deep Under the Skin of Liberals

Tracy Clark-Floury, staff writer for Salon Magazine, by her own admission “did not always agree with Paglia, but I enjoyed her as a challenging provocateur.” Floury’s use of the past tense is somewhat puzzling. Ms. Paglia is not dead. She is, in fact, the lively subject of the interview published in Salon on Wednesday. Ms. Paglia is the quasi-notorious subject of liberal adoration. She is literate, intelligent and honest. But why is Ms. Paglia considered quasi-notorious? Because she is a Read more […]