Monthly Archives: March 2014

The Need to Know Basis

In 2004, Indiana went big for George W. Bush. A veritable landslide. The opinion sections of Indiana newspapers slammed his opponent, John Kerry, as a flip-flopper. They paraded out Kerry’s measly defenses of “I voted for it before I voted

Posted in Politics, Semicoherent Rambling, The Kids

No Analogy is Perfect, but Hey, Why Should That Stop Me From Making One?

A couple of my Facebook friends shared a recent blog post by Matt Walsh about dog attacks, and the rest of this post probably won’t make sense unless you read that first, or at least skim it over. Or maybe

Posted in Politics