This morning Jill Miller Zimon writes in In Trump do not trust that we should not: [T]rust Donald Trump, unless you want to be disappointed, repeatedly. Not because he lies. Not because he exaggerates. Not because he has evil intent. But because he will always put himself first. In Donald Trump’s case, putting oneself first […]
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About two years ago I began regularly reading The Guardian and leaving comments on the occasional story. In June of last year I was made a comment on a Steve Bell cartoon. (I don’t recall the exact comment, but I believe I made some reference to the image on the wall behind President Obama, and […]
Run away…! Run away…!
[Update at 1834: Another perspective brought to my attention by she who Writes Likes She Talks. I don’t know how to talk about what is happening here but it’s probably less about writers’ block than readers’ block. It says so much about the state of our discourse that the surest way to enrage everyone is […]
Obama and the End of Decline Hmmm… Truthdig seems to have lost my comment (as well as a number of others)…
Should Ohio approve gay marriage?
A Jewish view of hurricanes
0428: A River Runs Through
1745: Thomas Jefferson and slavery Update — 19 October at 1128: And then there’s the takedown: Henry Wiencek is not at all conflicted. He loathes Thomas Jefferson. In Master of the Mountain: Thomas Jefferson and His Slaves, his attempted takedown of the man, the third president appears as a demonic figure warped one summer day […]
0742: Woolf tours Ireland I asked Adam Harvey last evening why it is that the ony ethnic/national group honored as a sport mascot is the Irish. He went to Notre Dame. He didn’t know.
0933: School lunch complaints
0649: Ode to the people of Gaza
0615: Why is there something rather than nothing?
0525: Is religion good for anything?
1621: Great moments in marketing
0659: Are You Listening Ohio? It’s Me, Washington
0950 Dad-Dad (I went lookin’ myself, but the googles didn’t have a clue…)
Cavana Faithwalker writes: Chilling is the idea that if Mr. Obama had no active resistance and was able to shift things at will we in America and world wide would still be up the proverbial creek without a paddle. Until we common folk see the game for what it is and decide to exercise our […]
0500: E-bike Rage: defined
0803: Paul Ryan was for Ayn Rand before he was against her