Robert H. Knight

Latest by Robert H. Knight in Chronicles

  • A Real Heartbreaker

    Washington Post readers are accustomed to pansexual propaganda, from exposes of Middle America's "homophobia" to adoring reviews of feminist plays (as if the five million people in the Washington area were clamoring to squeeze into fetid little theaters to see their values trashed).

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  • The Progressive Impulse

    The debate over gays in the military has highlighted the progressive impulse to look anywhere but to America for cultural truth.

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  • March 1993

    A Queer Car Ride

    We were on the same plane out of Dulles, and he was two rows ahead. His head was shaven, except for a tuft at the very top. With large ears and long, bare cranium he looked like the Sesame Street character Bert, as in Bert and Ernie.

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