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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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The Further Adventures of Peggy Noonan

Honest-to-Thor, there must have been a Captain Morgan two-for-one sale and the pineapple crop came in early or something, because her treatment of a Hillary BioPic is just completely unhinged: “The dramatic template they’ll use is the life of Eleanor … Continue reading

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The Further Adventures of Peggy Noonan

Anatomy of a Column he doors of the Naples, Florida Walmart glided open, and Peggy Noonan glided in, majestic, like the Queen Mary entering the port, an elegant woman languidly riding a crest of self-confidence. She swanned into the store … Continue reading

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The Further Adventures of Peggy Noonan

Anatomy of a Column eggy Noonon opened one bleary blue eye and surveyed the scene about her: the remains of the party tent flapped in the breeze, a jumble of white folding chairs like so many elegant cranes standing awkwardly … Continue reading

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The Further Adventures of Peggy Noonan

Anatomy of a Column eggy Noonan was enjoying a leisurely Mai Tai (so cool, so refreshing) sitting in the first class cabin of the jumbo liner bound for Tampa, her ample calves stretching out before her as she wiggled her … Continue reading

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The Further Adventures of Peggy Noonan

Anatomy of a Column eggy Noonan waited until the usher was busy chastising some kids for contraband sweets before sneaking into the movie theater. “One of the great joys of summer,” Noonan snickered to herself. The theater was dark and … Continue reading

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The Further Adventures of Peggy Noonan

Anatomy of a Column eggy Noonan was preparing to step up to the mike at the Karaoke stage of her new favorite watering hole, The Chelsea Pier, where she had once met a six-foot tall Nancy Reagan impersonator (“complete with … Continue reading

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Noonan thirsts for knowledge (and Mai Tais)

One assumes that when they film these things that the producers prep the pundits slightly by telling them the topics that they will be covering, so they can get their thoughts in order, which generally is not a big deal … Continue reading

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The Further Adventures of Peggy Noonan

Anatomy of a Column ne Carte, s’il-vous plaît,” Peggy Noonan said as the suave man in the dinner jacket sat down at the Baccarat table opposite her at Shel Addison’s Casino. Noonan tried to keep her cool as the man … Continue reading

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The Further Adventures of Peggy Noonan

Anatomy of a Column eggy Noonan, sitting at the chinoiserie writing desk (so chic, so Sotheby’s) enjoyed a refreshing sip of Mai Tai, picked up the quill and dipped it into the inkwell and began her annual Christmas Letter to … Continue reading

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