Katrina Vanden Heuvel in NYC

by Mike on February 15, 2006

in Politics

The Strand Bookstore (or as I call it “the Communist bookstore”) is scheduled to host a lecture, Q & A and book signing by the Nation Magazine’s Katrina Vanden Shovel. It’s times like this when I wish I owned a digital camera so I could share the lunacy of NYC with all of you.

This article provides a brief review of the Nation Magazine’s history of supporting appeasement. For those of you unfamiliar with Vanden Shovel, she is the epitome of a moonbat. In the worldview of Vanden Heuvel and her magazine, evil should not be confronted, ever. In fact, with the possible exceptions of Bush, Cheney and Halliburton, evil probably doesn’t even exist.

I may attend this session just for a laugh. At least she’s cheaper than a second run movie.

(For the record, despite their tendency to prominently display their liberal books, the Communist bookstore actually has an excellent collection. The store truly has something for everyone.)

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Ryan February 15, 2006 at 7:43 pm




Ryan February 15, 2006 at 7:58 pm

But seriously, Katrina is funny to watch. The only place where I have seen her give an interview was on Chrissy Matthew’s show. Even the “softball squater” himself occassionally seemed miffed by her masochistic, suicidal pacifism and isolationism.

She also gives me this Deutsch “EIN” vibe as if she would fit right in with one of those sketchy Dutch parlors in Eurotrip. Hmmm.


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