Monthly Archives: January 2019

Muddle about the Covington Affair

This post contains my conclusion regarding the highly publicized encounter between Nathan Phillips, a Native American activist, and a group of Covington High School students at the Lincoln Memorial a week or so ago. The incident has the same format, … Continue reading

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Mosses from The Old Manse

While Montaigne initiated the literary form of the personal essay, and did it so well that millions of writers since then have followed his lead, I confess that I’m no Montaigne. I find inspiration for setting out my ideas, half-finished … Continue reading

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