He has some of the wisest reflections I’ve read on a sensible relationship with guns.
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I woke up this past Sunday morning to learn of another bookstore closing…some may call it a loss due to the global economy or even the free market at work. 1,256 more words
“What truly makes Paris beautiful is the intermingling of the monumental and the personal, the abstract and the footsore particular, it and you. A city of vast and impersonal set piece architecture, it is also a city of small and intricate, improvised experience.”(8) 241 more words
Last night outside the PEN American Center’s literary gala at the American Museum of Natural History, which was guarded by a phalanx of armed police men, Vicki Rovere stood holding a poster that read: “Free speech does not deserve death/Abusive speech does not deserve an award.” She was protesting PEN’s decision to honor the French satirical magazine 1,632 more words
This is an essay I wrote about the coherency of social policy projected by the EU for a graduate level class called Social Europe.
Essay 3: How well has the EU done in building or projecting a coherent set of social values in the policy areas that affect its citizens across the member-states? 1,815 more words