Monthly Archives: July 2016

Washing Up

Before I scrub my hands and I hope imagination of this election – I think I shall immerse myself in British folktales for a while – I’m going to suggest that there’s no real difference between Mrs. Clinton and Mr. … Continue reading

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Aftermath

#NeverHillary is a reasonable position. Her record and her tendencies are clear. Concern over the direction of American foreign policy in her administration is reasonable. Her contempt for Constitutional order would lead to further hypertrophy of the unconstitutional administrative state. … Continue reading

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#NeverTrump, R.I.P.

It died in committee. Not  close. I’m guessing that the recent polls show that Trump isn’t toxic enough down ticket to panic the herd. Now what? What do I know? I’m not paid to guess. So my guess as of … Continue reading

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USA, 2016

Lightning and thunder roused me very early; I took advantage of the solitary time to consider a character, an entirely fictional character, who wandered in, made a cup of tea, and sat down to tell me her unlikely story.  Not … Continue reading

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