I have no doubt that running a city is difficult work, and that's especially true for a major, fractitious metropolis like New York. But does one's experience as a big-city mayor make one more qualified to be president, than, say, a state governor? Go »
A number of people wrote yesterday about the 148th anniversary of Appomattox, when General Lee surrendered to General Grant and the Confederate States of America laid down for good. It's been a century and a half, and the memory of the Confederacy is stil Go »
Clearing the Field
One GOO player had an interesting suggestion in email this weekend. (That person may reveal their own identity if desired.) Go »
Murder Mystery Choo-Choo
Last night, my mom and I took a train ride that served dinner and provided a murder mystery. I was expecting something a little more interactive, like with the actors hidden in plainclothes among the players and the players walking around and searching fo Go »
Run Ryan Run
I don't expect Paul Ryan to have much influence on the election, but he's a good choice on Romney's part, probably the best that could have been made. Thoughts? Go »
Survey time. This may start a fight; I hope not. Go »
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