Here’s a remastered (?) interview from April 1994 just after the publication of Lost Rights: The Destruction of American Liberty. With legendary talk show host Fred Fiske, one of the most decent & talented radio hosts who I ever met. Fred knew how to draw out my rowdy laugh.
Archive | January, 2019
My 86 year-old aunt passed away last night surrounded by her three loving daughters. Mary Bovard Campbell was a tough lady – full of “piss and vinegar,” as she liked to say. She kept her spirits and faith regardless of a lot of trials and tribulations stretching back to the Herbert Hoover era. She married […]
Some folks responded to Wednesday’s blog post by caterwauling that I only write surly pieces. So here’s a half dozen quotes from last year’s articles that showcase my positive thinking. Thanks to Canva.com and Pixabay for royalty-free software & images.
It’s a coin toss which is more damnably confounding – contemporary journalism or contemporary philosophy. Reminded of this conundrum by the latest New Yorker article whooping up Elizabeth Anderson, a University of Michigan philosophy professor, as the great hope for American equality. The 8000-word profile was an exercise in faith building which failed to sway […]
2018 was another great year for cynicism. Here are some of the quote jpegs used to make the video montage of 2018 quotes I posted a couple days ago. Thanks to Natalie Fawn Danelishen, Bryan Baucom, Mike Maharrey, and Frank Monaco for making some of these JPEGs, and thanks to Canva.com for the software for […]