Robert Kennedy-Crazy Liberal, Environmentalist, Sex Addict

Posted: September 15, 2013 in Liberal Lunacy
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I am of the opinion that newspapers aren’t dead, most of them just suck. Those that live in Northland, especially those of a conservative mindset, should be aware of one newspaper. That newspaper is Ivan Foley’s The Landmark. One of my favorite parts of the paper is the editorial section.

Brian Kubicki writes an interesting column called The Parallax Look. This week’s column demonstrates more of the typical lunacy you see from many of the famous celebrity liberals.

The New York Post ran a column that discussed Robert Kennedy’s diaries that had been released by a close friend of Kennedy’s deceased wife.

“The New York Post has chosen to print excerpts from a 13-year-old diary illegally stolen from me,” he said in an e-mail. “The diary served as a tool for self-examination and for dealing with my spiritual struggles at the time. It also contains unedited, unfiltered stream-of-consciousness musings about current events and people.”

“Nothing in that diary was ever meant for publication…”

In the seamier side of the diary, Kennedy grappled with what he called his biggest defect “my lust demons,” while keeping a scorecard of more than two dozen conquests. The journal was found in their home by his wife, Mary Richardson Kennedy, who, distraught over their impending divorce and Kennedy’s serial philandering, committed suicide in 2012.

And we are supposed to believe that people like this are right about global (insert the latest label here). Where is Algore and his masseuse when you need her?

The whole column is worth a read, and while you are there, pick up a subscription of The Landmark. While much of the news content is focused on Platte County, the opinion-editorial section is worth every penny. It’s my belief that The Landmark could make a huge impact in the Northland across both counties. The only way to do that is for The Landmark to grow.

  1. Ron Thiewes says:

    Agree with your comments on Ivan’s publication.
    I don’t think it’s helpful to complain of the excellent not being perfect, but . . . I wish the Landmark had a bit more of a Northland perspective, than its focus on the Platte side.
    That being said, the Landmark is absolute must reading for those wishing center-right commentaries.

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