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Monthly Archives: May, 2017

The Hook and The Ties That Bind: Thoughts on Political Struggle in America

avoiding the hook makes for a weak internal structure. Good bread needs a thorough beating to develop muscles, the gluten fibers, that provide strength to the loaf and give bread a chewy texture and a good crust.

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Imagine There’s No Politics

Originally posted on The Green Study:
Of late, I’ve really loathed my writing on this blog. Despite this, I hit that Publish buttonĀ each time, a twitchy trigger finger serving my need to be read and to be heard. This need has thrown me off, as has the public discourse. I’ve been less thoughtful and about…

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You’re Face to Face With the Man Who Sold the World

Originally posted on An American Song:
Almost immediately upon my arrival in Nashville 2 1/2 weeks ago, I thought that upon my return to Albany I’d be penning a blog post about my return to some of the places in Tennessee and Kentucky that I had last visited in depth during the travels for my…

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