Tag Archives: Americans Think Government Should Take Care of Them

Nothing is Unprecedented

Parents and teachers all know the general rule about dealing with adolescents in deep distress, when the kid is sure his or her world is falling apart. Yes, it isn’t falling apart – one bad grade or one lost game, … Continue reading

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But I’m a Cheerleader!

Live on a quiet side street in the middle of Hollywood long enough – almost twenty years now – and everything seems to be one movie or another. This place is where they were all made and the tour busses … Continue reading

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Mitt Romney and the Art of Improvisation

It’s something you learn as a young jazz musician, before you discover you’re really not very good and no matter how hard you try you never will be. You learn that improvisation is hard. No matter how solid your tone … Continue reading

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When It Couldn’t Get Worse It Sometimes Does

Sometimes it seems it just couldn’t be happening, one disaster after another – what could go wrong does go wrong, and then something else does, and then something else goes wrong too. Somehow, quite improbably, it all just spirals out … Continue reading

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