Tag Archives: Bush Derangement Syndrome

We Could Use Some of That Here

Sometimes the first duty of intelligent men is the restatement of the obvious. That is what George Orwell was saying back in 1939, in a review of a new book by Bertrand Russell, and the times were all that different … Continue reading

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The Hot Wind off the Desert

The evening of Tuesday, November 2, 2010 – Election Day in America – and of course that’s odd out here in Hollywood. The polling place, as usual, was just down the street at the local union hall (of sorts) – … Continue reading

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Overcoming Derangement

Not so long ago, although it seems another age now, like when dinosaurs roamed the earth, those who had issues with the policies and actions of the second president Bush (George W.) said what they thought they had to say … Continue reading

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