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Vindication of skeptics, part one

The natural cause of the human mind is certainly from credulity to skepticism. ~ Thomas Jefferson

There is a kind of courtesy in skepticism. It would be an offense against polite conventions to press our doubts too far. 1,338 more words



24 August 2016

Sometimes it takes me a while to get around to things.

In this case, it’s taken fifty three years. 333 more words

USA Music Tour 2016

What Difference Does It Make?

I’m so tired of seeing these Kennedy assassination shows, and I’m into history. I can only imagine what someone else must think.

Look, the man is dead. 257 more words

Politics & Society

Uses of intimidation

When you write about political matters, does that mean you are engaged in politics? Some people would say that if you’re not in the arena, you are an observer. 835 more words


Meet the new King of the Republican Establishment

Let’s be honest. Most people wouldn’t even look at someone if they attacked their parent or spouse in the way Trump did to Cruz’s wife and father. 685 more words

Watching Liberty Booed Off the Stage at Two Conventions

Despite our particular aversion to the whole “reality show” genre of television, and our general disdain of the entire medium altogether, we did make a point to log onto the internet Wednesday evening to watch and listen to C-Span’s coverage of Texas Sen. 681 more words


11-22-63: A Novel by Stephen King

Where I Got It: Own it.

Narrator: Craig Wasson

Publisher: Simon & Schuster (2011)

Length: 30 hours 44 minutes

Author’s Page

Al Templeton has a secret and that secret is that he has a little time portal to 1958 in the basement of his diner. 989 more words