Minnesota’s second literary Nobelist is the subject of The Political World of Bob Dylan: Freedom and Justice, Power and Sin, a perceptive book by our porchite colleague Jeff Taylor. Herewith my two cents. I was gonna link to one of my...
Why would a self-proclaimed progressive Democrat pay honor to a Republican who exemplifies both dollar diplomacy and gunboat diplomacy?
CounterPunch has published my article on one aspect of Dylan’s foreign policy: his view of the modern state of Israel. It touches on the theology of dispensational premillennialism. Our book also deals with his perspectives on patriotism,...
From The American Conservative, my thoughts on FPR contributor Jeff Taylor’s new book on Bob Dylan.
Here is your opportunity to name the worst-ever occupant of the White House.
But then Dylan is 69, and old enough to remember when the people of his place looked askance at empire. There were giants in the earth in those days.
I sense a gap on FPR between NoNamers and most of the rest.