Monthly Archives: January 2011

The New Yorker: Principle, pragmatism and the American Revolution

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New Year, New Look?

Apart from infrequently posting, this site has gone… well, kinda dead.  Still, with all the posting either at Bearing Drift, RedState, or Ethika Politika, I can’t help but think I’m doing a bit of a disservice by not collating all the posts in … Continue reading

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