It is amazing what you can learn from reading the litter along a country road.
Posts Categorized: Democracy
I am all for censorship–of a certain kind.
Texas is looking for a good governor, not a good mother.
There are many cavemen in my family tree.
The photograph of a car–the Rolls Royce–drove me to the subject of money today.
“Little Red Riding Hood” is a fairy tale. Get it?
That’s the feminine voice, rolling pin in hand. The news about Mississippi is often bleak, but there was something different last week—a pioneering legislative initiative that could have an interesting and ripple effect.
“I wish I may never hear of the United States again!” “Think!” says a little card taped to my computer after a failure to do so. I wonder if regret or consequence is the greater teacher, but both are more powerful than any other.
For the first time, we may not survive long enough to learn from doing the wrong thing. Questionable decision-making has a high profile in the media lately. Objectively speaking, some of the issues involved seem complicated. I have a friend who would disagree. “All this could be avoided,” he would say, “if everyone would… Read more »
The United States, a country that has gone off the rails Ah, my morning paper reveals that gun control is dead. Well, let’s look at the bright side. We’ll be getting a new Congress.