Category: blogging

A Necessary Castigation

     I try to follow a great many blogging colleagues. We assist one another in several ways, most notably by drawing one another’s attention to stories not everyone catches at their appearance. For that, I am grateful, as no one media organ reports on every story – and no one has the stamina to read …

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Something To Hide…From?

     Who are you?      I know who I am: a cranky old man with a lot of conservative-libertarian opinions. I don’t trouble to hide myself, or what I think. In fact, I glory in all of it. Yes, I’ve attracted some haters. And yes, at one time there was an attempt to do me …

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A Comment On Commentary

     Back in the heyday of blogging, everyone and his halfwit Uncle Herman had a blog. There were, at peak, over 50 million such sites. Most, of course, were of no broad consequence: little was posted there, and most of that was worthless. However, they gave their “proprietors” a sense that they could be listened …

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Why Go On?

     With blogging, that is. Believe it or not, it’s not an autonomic function completely controlled and supervised by my medulla oblongata.      I’m asked that question fairly often, including by friends and acquaintances of some intelligence. Of its several varieties, there’s one I find particularly humorous: “Why don’t you just use Facebook like everyone …

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