Monthly Archives: September 2016
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
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
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
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
No matter your pretensions, intentions, plans, schemes, goals, or dreams, if you are a homeowner, the week’s jetsam washes up on your desk.