Unimpressed with Grandma's obsession with her standing in the Ecosystem, Baby focusses squarely on such sensible issues as "Where's the beef?" and "May I have that?"
"He is the Anti-Michael Moore: young, patriotic and single-chinned," writes Damian Thompson in The Daily Telegraph re Evan Coyne Maloney, "an undercover documentary filmmaker whose first feature, Indoctrinate U, scheduled for release early next year, will lay bare the hypocrisy of what he calls the most self-righteous people in America -- and possibly cost them millions of dollars":
Despite ticking so many Democrat boxes - Irish name, New Yorker, software designer, gay-friendly, non-churchgoer -- Evan Maloney is a Republican. And he is on a mission to expose through his film what he sees as the astonishingly vicious persecution of conservative students by university professors and administrators.
Music to our ears, and fortunately, he's also a blogger, proprietor of Brain Terminal. We we were going to do a little quoting and linking until we read his ponderous repost policy. Does that represent the wave of the future, with lawyers lurking in the links? It plumb wore us out. He travels light: No comments, no trackbacks. Check it out for yourself, and for more on the remarkable Maloney's exploits, click on over to Pajamas Media's profile of the young whippersnapper -- handsome devil, isn't he? -- first in a series on "contributors and bloggers who have joined our effort to gather a vast array of topics, opinions, news and personal passions into one easy-access place." Our own biography is waiting in the wings (be still my foolish heart).