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Shuffleboard in Florida

There’s history. It was the summer of 1781 and things were going badly for our side – the British occupied New York City and a second British army lead by Cornwallis was making trouble down south, capturing Charleston and Richmond, and then … Continue reading

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That Air of Inevitability

Put questions of free will and determinism aside. There’s that moment when what seemed unlikely, and then seemed vaguely possible but unlikely, starts to seem possible, and then seems likely, and then quite likely, and then seems inevitable – that … Continue reading

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Moving Beyond Punishment

The New York Times’ Maggie Haberman noticed that sometime was wrong many months ago: Senator John McCain of Arizona has been dead for seven months, but President Trump’s feud with him is very much alive, and in front of a … Continue reading

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