Kevin D. Williamson has a people problem
The Smallest Minority: Independent Thinking in the Age of Mob Politics by Kevin D. Williamson reviewed. A book on the escalating outrage of online culture
I reviewed Kevin Williamson's new book "The Smallest Minority" for
People keep saying Kevin Williamson is a great writer. I’m still trying to figure out what standards you’d need to adopt for that to seem true. Meanwhile, this
is so good it rips the asphalt off the road. He’s the one to keep an eye on.
"Reading Kevin D. Williamson’s book sometimes feels like being lectured to about the life of an auteur by the Farrelly brothers," writes
this is hilarious
“If you are going to be an elitist then a far more difficult endeavor would be making a case for a better elite.”
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. Poor Mr. Williamson. Kevin D. Williamson has a people problem | Spectator USA
"...It was not the masses who came up with harebrained schemes like the Iraq war.... Mocking the hoi polloi has its charms, but if you are going to be an elitist then a far more difficult endeavor would be making a case for a better elite."—
Never really read this dude, can never make it through his pieces.
Wince-inducing review of Kevin Williamson's new book, by
. "I doubt that Goldberg, his wife and his personal physician have spent as much time collectively thinking about the Atlantic editor’s gonads as Williamson has alone." Ouch.