Category Archives: George F. Will

The Freedom Train

It seems something can be both evocative in a primal way, even romantic, and quite obscure. It’s that lonesome train whistle in the middle of the night, way off, in the distance – real life, big things, going on elsewhere, … Continue reading

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The Gentleman and the Drama Queen

The readership here is small – a hundred hits a day, give or take, save when CNN or BBC World Service notices this column or that and the traffic jumps. It happens. But given that – the situation where this … Continue reading

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