Tag Archives: President Obama

The Morning After the Election

It’s the morning after. The millions of Americans who were held in contempt for ten years have been made whole. The Hollywood stars, the college professors with one publication to their name, the political establishments of both parties, those who … Continue reading

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To Women Voters:

I take the liberty to point out a small number of issues that I am told are important to women. I do it because I used to be a respectable social scientist and because I have been retired for ten … Continue reading

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Stupid Conservatives!

by Jacques Delacroix, PhD Sunday afternoon, as I was driving from the harbor, I was listening to National Public Radio. (Yes, I am a kind of hero, that way; I do what needs to be done even if it’s repugnant.) … Continue reading

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Killing Black Men; Dallas (Updated)

     Although I am white, I feel no guilt about the cortege of atrocities of the slave trade, of slavery, and of racial segregation. Perhaps it’s because my ancestors were dumbly digging potatoes in central France when all that happened. … Continue reading

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Un ultra-libéral et Donald Trump

Je suis en contact intermittent avec un copain de lycée ( presque 60 ans plus tard!) Dernièrement, il m’ a écrit ceci: “…c’est vrai que je n’ai pas récemment formulé d’avis sur tes dernières livraisons[sur Facebook et sur mon blog-J.D.] … Continue reading

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Socialisms – Part Two

  Sweden’s Imaginary Socialism as a Non-Model Part One of this essay was posted a couple of days ago. In it, I reviewed briefly several avatars and zombies of socialism vaguely defined. I arrived at the conclusion that when Sen. … Continue reading

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Climate Change Fiascoes and the Second Amendment

     In the week ending April 9th 2016, the Climate Change campaign suffered not one but two fiascoes. I am not sure that anyone besides me noticed. People are busy. They work; they rear their children. Many don’t have time … Continue reading

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