Monthly Archives: September 2016

After the Republic

It’s making the rounds.  People who wonder why Constitutionalists find all the candidates in this election repellent could read it usefully. I’d like to look backward a moment, to two elections to the Senate, the first in 1998 and the … Continue reading

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No, Thank You Very Much

I doubt I will watch tonight’s debate. Since I will vote for neither, it seems wasteful of time. I suppose I’ll follow on Twitter and find a way to tune in if something amusing happens. Hah, “tune in,” so geriatric. … Continue reading

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Cluck

The hardware store next to the bakery I visit on Saturday mornings has an urban chicken coop in the window. At first I thought it a rather posh child’s play set, but, nope, chicken coop.  Evanston is going to the … Continue reading

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Hard Times

In one corner we have Hillary, certainly deceitful and power-seeking, probably corrupt, weirdly entitled. And at her heels, Sidney Blumenthal and Huma Abedin. And Carlos Danger. In the opposite corner we have The Donald, certainly deceitful and power-seeking, probably corrupt, … Continue reading

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Clutter

No matter your pretensions, intentions, plans, schemes, goals, or dreams, if you are a homeowner, the week’s jetsam washes up on your desk.  

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