Politics and National Survival

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I think it was Konrad Lorenz, the Nobel winning natural scientist, who told of a team of animal behaviorists observing baboons in the South African savannah when a much smaller monkey was spied by a...

Why Sol Alinsky Knew How Things Work, and Why We Don’t Seem to Anymore

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  This is a "How Should Things Work?" exercise built upon the body of evidence of How Things Work in reality. Saul Alinksky had to know "how things worked in America" in 1971 before he could...

Promiscuity and Profanity, a Commentary of Modern LGBTQIA

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Mark Twain was apparently a notorious swearer. Since he didn’t use such language in his writings (wasn’t permitted in his day) we have no real idea what his profanity might have sounded like. But...

(November Update) 30-day Covid Death-Rate, Not too Bad, Actually

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Please see our October 18 Update, here.   As expected Deaths rose over the past 30-day period, October 18- thru- November 16. But nothing compared to the "case" rate which I continue to think are way...

Bachelor’s Corner on Memorial Day Sunday

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On Sundays, for over three years after my separation, I walked about a quarter of mile down the street to a Christian Church, in part because I liked the preacher, the son of an...

“One of These Day I’m Gonna Run This Construction Company!”

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For those of you old enough, there was a beatnik comedian from the 60s named Brother Dave Gardner. He told a story about going to a construction site where he saw a fellow standing over by the gravel pile with his foot on his...