Monthly Archives: October 2009

An Avalanche of Facts

Was reading an article by Peter Wehner and he used my title phrase. The article itself is well worth the read, but I’ll leave the details aside. But what a tasty metaphor. It’s rare, though, that we have more than … Continue reading

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Confessions of a Cultural Drop-out

The title is stolen, but not blatantly if intent means anything.  Sometimes it seems a single description just fits a thing – sort of an epistemological dead end, or maybe, a rose is rose? Victor Davis Hanson offers an essay … Continue reading

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