Illiterate? Become a Reporter!


One of the things I always marvel at is the lack of knowledge about current events that many journalists have, and how often reporters often don’t read about the things they are talking about. Case in point: The Washington Post’s Express Night Out’s summary of my May 13 post, “Stop Using the Nazi Card.”
In my [...]

Stop Using the Nazi Card


Few things irritate me as much as when self-righteous commentators condemn their opponents by comparing them to Nazis, which actually is a type of Nazi tactic itself. Nazis and other tyrants use generalizations and flimsy comparisons to denigrate their enemies.
Their tactic is simple, yet effective: First, pick the most disgusting form of life you can [...]

The People’s History Channel


Exhausted after a full day of kayak fishing in the waters off Green Island in the Lower Laguna Madre, I plopped down on the floor and crossed my legs under the coffee table  in front of the TV.  I stared at the laptop for a moment, then opened it and pressed the “On” button.  Roused [...]

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