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On A Sense of General Malaise and 2020

It’s been a while since I’ve taken the time to update. Admittedly, most of my online activity has taken the form of Reddit comments and Goodreads reviews of my latest books. Lately I’ve been feeling quite depressed, in a weird global way. In my local bubble things are going well. My family is doing well, […]

Trumpocalypse 2016

It happened. It actually happened. Trump is going to be the next President of the United States and I’m pretty sure the entire American public is sitting around looking at each other and feeling completely numb. Unless you voted for him, then you’re probably ecstatic that he overcame what appeared to be insurmountable odds. Personally, […]

On Bernie Sanders vs. Hillary Clinton – without talking about financing

It won’t come as any surprise to people that know me personally that I’m a Bernie Sanders supporter. I’m pretty far left and I have absolutely no problem looking toward Europe for examples of good government taking care of its people better than the US. I don’t think twice about labels like “socialist” because I […]

On Election 2012

I, like many of my colleagues, took a breath of relief last night when Obama won his second term. In addition, a lot of the other interesting races went Democrat as well, Elizabeth Warren most notably, but also Donnelly and McCaskill (seems like the Republicans got bit pretty hard over their rape insanity). The only […]