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Do you think I’m over-informed in the minutiae of politics?

If you ask me, “Who is Bodhi?” I’ll tell you it’s my sister and brother-in-law’s big, cream-colored Golden. If you ask me, “Who is Bode?” I’ll tell you it’s Marc Elias’s dog, who has his own segment, “What Bode’s Barking … Continue reading

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A softly expressed request to political activists: please stop yelling at me.

Most likely I’m addressing only progressive activists, since I don’t listen to anyone whose cause is not based in sanity, i.e., facts. So, progressives who do TV opinion stuff, let me first reassure you: I’m not threatening to abandon your … Continue reading

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Another thing about prison life

When I first encountered the federal prison system — as a legal worker, not an inmate — I learned that the Federal Bureau of Prisons is an autocrat. The jollies over Club Fed notwithstanding, when convicted people get into the … Continue reading

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