Monday’s Column: When “Farewell” Becomes Tedious, Not To Mention Expensive

Today’s offering over at WorldNetDaily revolves around Barbra Streisand’s new farewell tour.

It’s being reported that ticket sales are far slower for Barbra than in previous farewell tours, despite the distinct “blue city” approach to tour scheduling. Why? There are many reasons, and I discuss them in “Streisand: People who need people’s money.”

I’ve got to go catch a plane to Nashville now. I’ll try to post later if anything happens of note in the world, or I get a particularly harsh cavity search by disgruntled airport security screeners who read my column “Screening for vengeance” a couple of years ago.

For now, I’ll leave you with this:

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