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Well, I LIKE Sarah. Palin, that is. I just stumbled upon this news item about her speech at CPAC: Palin re-emerges to lash GOP establishment and Obama alike Lest I forget my conservative and evermore conservatarian roots I had to … Continue reading
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The U.S. national debt is currently more than 16.6 trillion dollars. To be specific: $16,612,999,780,367. Wait! In the time it took me to type that number and this paragraph, it increased to: $16,613,002,548,932. What…
Clever Jennifer Darling is at it again. Ah perspicacious youth.
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FINALLY. I’ve lived in Colorado for the better part of the last 40 years, my lady for over 17 years. Until last Sunday, 23 Sep. 2012, neither of us had been on the Trail Ridge Road between Estes Park and … Continue reading
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…WHY GOVERNMENT FAILS– BUT INDIVIDUALS SUCCEED. This is libertarian John Stossel’s retort to the big government political slogan “Yes We Can”. It is his latest book for individual freedom of choice and against overbearing government. Stossel was a consumer reporter … Continue reading
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You can tell I’m easily pleased. I’ve been plowing through L.Q. Spring 2012: Means of Communication via my online access subscription satisfactorily enough. It’s all there, the essays and extracts of Voices in Time, the art from around the world … Continue reading
Tagged A Writer's Life, Annie Oakley, Caslon, Edward Collier, Filippo de Stratta, Fonts, Gay Telese, H. G. Wells, John Ruskin, libel, Literary magazine
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2011 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 2,100 times in 2011. If it were a cable car, it … Continue reading