Category Archives: Socio-Political Essays

A Rare Civilized Exchange with the Other Side

05/03/20 I had an unusual experience yesterday and today, a civilized exchange with a liberal. It was on Facebook. I think it’s worth sharing, maybe only as curiosity. Jacques Delacroix to S.R.S: I am reading you and your accomplices between the … Continue reading

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Damned Models and Cutting off the Chinese

I have a good eye for what ought to be there but isn’t. Don’t congratuate me; it’s a natural talent. I am retired so, I usually spend hours listening to the radio, reading newspapers and, watching television and, (Oops) on … Continue reading

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The Vexing Libertarian Issue of Transition

I have appointed myself an old sage to the world. When your knees are creaky and every snotty eighteen-year-old treats you patronizingly, the least you can do to compensate is award yourself wisdom. Anyway, long story short, it’s a good … Continue reading

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A Nuclear Fantasy Confessional

This is written on the Wednesday following the Friday night when General Soleiman, of the Qods Force of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards was sent straight to Heaven by order of Pres. Trump. I think there isn’t one person in the … Continue reading

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La Destitution présidentielle aux EU: quelques faits et deux opinions.

Les medias francophones, du moins les quelques uns qui m’arrivent en Californie, sont surexcités à l’idée de la destitution prochaine du President Trump. J’ai l’impression que c’est parce qu’ils ne comprennent pas ce qui se passe. Un coup de main. … Continue reading

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Global Warming: Take Off My Sweater?

There is a new UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report . It contains nothing but bad news, of course. But I am busy with my real life; I have obligations to others; I have to feed myself and shower; … Continue reading

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Letter to Young Climate Change Protesters World-Wide

Dear Greta, dear children: You are worried about mass extinction and you are right. You believe bad things are going to happen to you in the near future? Right again. We will come clean below but you have to understand … Continue reading

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