Write-Up by the Guardian in the UK

Really excited about this write-up by the highly respected Guardian newspaper in the UK:

For those comedy fans still in mourning for Bill Hicks 18 years on, you’ll find plenty to enjoy in the work of DC-born stand-up Lee Camp. Like Hicks, Camp has a visceral disregard for big business and big politics, and speaks his mind on everything from abortion rights to the evils of the modern media. However, where Hicks was more of a commentator who stayed above the fray, Camp is much closer to British activist-comics like Mark Thomas, a real-life serial protester. A guy who wears his integrity on his sleeve, he’s also one of the few figures from any walk of life to have (temporarily) humbled the mighty rightwing behemoth of Fox News, by using a spot on its breakfast show as a chance to slate the entire network.

  1. Thank you for another magnificent post. The place else may anyone get that kind of info in such a perfect approach of writing? I have a presentation next week, and I’m on the look for such information.

  2. When I watch Lee Camp’s Moment of Clarity – I laugh from beginning to end. However, I go away and think about issues, that perhaps I would not of bothered with before. He gets his point across in a funny kinda way.

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