Tag Archives: Supreme Court

The warning sign at the Guggenheim

Yesterday I visited the Guggenheim Museum to see the Kandinsky exhibit. As I entered, I saw a simple sign, one I’d never seen before in New York City. It was not large, maybe two feet square. It had only writing, … Continue reading

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How can we confront this bizarre, destructive SCOTUS?

One word answer: Bedazzled. I had a lot of gun control ideas along this line but the New York State Legislature beat me to it — at amazing speed. Still, I want to offer the Bedazzled lesson as lanolin* for … Continue reading

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Animal news about newly recognized whale sounds

I’m taking this — from Harper’s July 2022 Findings — as a full-throated anti-gun opinion from a very large and very wise constituency: Marine biologists speculated that the whup and grumble sounds of humpback whales at Vema Seamount may indicate … Continue reading

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