Laura Morrow

At the time this article was published, Laura Morrow was a professor of English at Louisiana State University, Shreveport.

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Saints and Sinners: Princess Machiavelli

The bizarre tabloid The Examiner broke the story: “Royal Psychic Reveals: Di Is a Faith Healer.” Britain’s Princess Diana has, it seems, tiptoed incognito into hospitals and “cured hundreds of children.” Diana, claims psychic Betty Palko, “believes that in a previous life she was a nun who was treated cruelly by superstitious people who mistook … Read more

Saints and Sinners: Fragile Feminists

Thanks to Shannon Faulkner, we now know just how much influence liberal feminists exert over the media. As soon as Faulkner dropped out of the Citadel, the debate quietly shifted from whether Faulkner should have been allowed to attend to feminist disapproval of the cadets’ celebration of her departure. Rather than focus on the issue … Read more

Media Watch: Vanity Fair Stinks

When each new issue arrives, I rip out page after page of perfume-infused advertisements, then pin the issue to the clothesline until the remaining odor of fashionability dissipates. Far more offensive and less easily separated from the publication, however, is Vanity Fair‘s fashionable contempt for religion. The February 1995 issue stinks in particular because of … Read more

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