Monthly Archives: August 2012

Electioneering as an Applied Science

Of course at just this moment we’re caught up in the buzz and the drama, the theater and the suspense: will it be the rascally kid from Chicago or the wiry chin from Minnesota (or maybe he’s from Utah? He … Continue reading

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Provincialism

The thing about the steady march of progress is it’s supposed to be — and let me spell this out now because we clearly have some important members of our society who have missed what I’m about to say — … Continue reading

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The Wasteland

The Wasteland is heavy on my mind just now, I can’t decide if I’m really crossing it or if that’s just another trick of the light. There isn’t much in the wasteland: there is cracked earth, there is dust and … Continue reading

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