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The Further Adventures of Peggy Noonan

Anatomy of a Tweetstorm Scarlet O’Noonan was sitting on the porch of Peckerwood, her ancestral in the deep South of Brooklyn, when she got the news that war! War! WAR!!1! had broken out: Washington National Cathedral to remove stained glass … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday Peggington!

[Ed. This is a classic from the Way-Back machine.] Today in History September 7, 1950 Margaret Ellen “Peggy” Noonan (born September 7, 1950) is an American author of seven books on politics, religion, and culture, and a weekly columnist for … Continue reading

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One for the Road With Peggy Noonan

It was really a jaw dropper for me when Sen. DiFi told us that we should give Preznint Stupid more time to grow into the office. And that’s exactly the kind of thing that raise the noblesse oblige of Dame … Continue reading

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The Further Adventures of Peggy Noonan

Anatomy of a Column eggy Noonan opened a bleary eye and gasped. “They’ve found me again,” she murmured to the cardboard cutout of Ronald Wilson Reagan, the greatest president of the last half of the last century, maybe the greatest … Continue reading

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The Further Adventures of Peggy Noonan

Anatomy of a Column eggy Noonan decided to meditate, and assumed the Lotus position. Perhaps she could contact the other side if she just concentrated, she thought. On her yoga mat, she began chanting, “Rummmmmm, Rummmmm, Rummmm” which only made … Continue reading

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The Further Adventures Of Peggy Noonan

Anatomy of a Column eggy Noonan was in the semi-finals—the very semi-finals!—at her new favorite watering hole The Chelsea Pier. “B-9,” she said with steely reserve. “Hit!,” shrieked the Nancy Reagan impersonator (“complete with five-o’clock shadow, just like the real … Continue reading

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And Now, A Commercial Interruption (Thanks Peggington)

Bacardi Lifetime Achievement Winner Peggy Noonan has brought this commercial to our attention via her WSJ blog-like thingy: …which I gotta admit is kinda funny. Here’s what Noonan has to say: It is one of the best political ads I … Continue reading

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The Event Horizon of Punditry Has Occurred

Oh, gawd, Megan McArdle cites Peggy Noonan to defend Joni Ernst’s silly bread bags story. T’is a marvel to behold. I am a few years younger than Noonan, but I grew up in a very different world — one where … Continue reading

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The Further Adventures of Peggy Noonan

Anatomy of a Column eggy Noonan’s glass was half empty or half full (“I’m an optimist about these things…”) as she recalled the scene at the Republican retreat in Hershey Pennsylvania, and as the official hagiographer of the Reagan Era, … Continue reading

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The Further Adventures of Peggy Noonan

Anatomy of a Column eggy Noonan’s old black and white Philco always had good reception if the bottle of gin was placed in the exact same spot, near the rabbit ears. She adjusted both the ears and the bottle (by … Continue reading

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