Monthly Archives: August 2017

What’s Left When There’s Nothing Left to Unite Us?

The subject of American unity, ┬áraised by Pat Buchanan in his latest and previous columns, has fascinated me for a long time, as many of my readers have surmised by now. More than a century ago in the decades following … Continue reading

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Lessons from an Aging High School Cheerleader

A perversely interesting article in the Daily Mail about the frustrations of attractive, middle-aged women struggling to date prompted some reflection on why I was ecstatically, almost deliriously happy when I finally slipped the engagement ring onto the finger of … Continue reading

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