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Anyone who has written anything other than an accident report, maybe even only three letters to his mother, knows or guesses the following: facts often interfere with the quality of a narrative. Only very great writers manage to incorporate all … Continue reading
Hier, Dimanche le 5 Fevrier, on a assiste a une manifestation typique de racisme americain. A l’occasion du plus grand evenement sportif de l’annee (le “Superbowl”), plusieurs dizaines de gladiateurs millionaires se sont heurtes violemment devant un public assoife de … Continue reading
My low-level research on Ron Paul has paralleled his rise in the polls. What I have done is to give a number of opportunities to people who I know favor his candidacy and to people and organizations who I think … Continue reading
I have heard conservative radio talk-show callers express indignation at immigrants who don’t “become American citizens,” as if it showed ill-will on the part of the immigrants, or lack of love for America. These calls demonstrate a basic lack of … Continue reading
There are several kinds of racism. The roots and the dynamics of racism are among the most interesting sociological issues. Here is a small but important fragment of the whole matter. The most common kind of racism involves three separate … Continue reading
Judge Sotomayor is only a small part of the disaster but a symbolic one. With an activist liberal President commanding absolute majorities of course, we would have had a liberal appointment to the Supreme Court. Could have been worse than … Continue reading