Lapham’s Quarterly Spring 2018: Rule of Law, review pt. 1

[CATEGORIES: Literature, Lapham's Quarterly, Reading, Book Review] [Click HERE to see my previous posts referencing Lapham's Quarterly.] [Some of LQ’s contents are available free.] [L.Q. cover and images from L.Q. Spring 2018: Rule of Law] [New to Lapham's Quarterly? See the standard notes at the end of this review. After 40+ LQ reviews I jump … Continue reading Lapham’s Quarterly Spring 2018: Rule of Law, review pt. 1

Lapham’s Quarterly Winter 2015: Foreigners

[CATEGORIES: Literature, Lapham's Quarterly, Reading, Book Review] [Click HERE to see my previous posts referencing Lapham's Quarterly.] [Some of LQ’s contents are available free.] [All photos or web clips are of pages in the Foreigners issue of L.Q., except Pogo of course.] Superb, excellent, outstanding.  These are my most-used adjectives for things that are such … Continue reading Lapham’s Quarterly Winter 2015: Foreigners

Lapham’s Quarterly Fall 2011, The Future. Final thoughts.

[Categories: LAPHAM'S QUARTERLY, LITERATURE, Philosophy, Reading.] Ref. my previous post on The Future, Lapham’s Quarterly Fall 2011, The Future, I finished reading this back issue. (Now I can start on my newly arrived Spring 2012 issue ANIMALS.) Were it not for Lapham's Q I might never have been exposed to so many great writers and … Continue reading Lapham’s Quarterly Fall 2011, The Future. Final thoughts.

We Should Be Embarrassed by the Sequester Debate

Here is a new op-ed by two people whose intellect and opinions I very highly respect.  I have read their book Free Market Revolution twice and I strongly recommend you read this 221-page book... carefully. OP-ED We Should Be Embarrassed by the Sequester Debate If you're concerned about economic growth the cuts are far too … Continue reading We Should Be Embarrassed by the Sequester Debate