I'm intransigently hostile to a great deal of modern pop music, because I consider it ugly, crude, vulgar, violent and hypersexualized. (I feel like saying here, "But other than that, Mrs. Lincoln, how did you like the play?) I don't even like Radio Disney because, although it presents the slighter cleaner end of the modern music spectrum, I still think it's indoctrinating my children in that fare. What's ironic in today's music culture is that it turns out that traditional songs, folk songs, are being bowdlerized like crazy to "protect" our children. Patrick, of Paragraph Farmer fame, is at The American Spectator with a charming essay charting the silly changes being wrought in children's music as we try to protect our children from dying geese and Tom Dooley's untimely demise.