Tag Archives: Congress

Let me echo that…

Michael Moore made the rounds of TV talk shows last week, promoting “Trumpland,” his new movie. It turns out that Trumpland is not about Trump. It is, Mr. Moore said, about Hillary. He was for Bernie, now he’s for Hillary, … Continue reading

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Filing, Time Travel, and Net Neutrality

Last week I invested one whole day in the routine task of filing, and discovered that filing is a unique form of time travel. By sorting through my accumulation of notes, articles, research, ideas and drafts, I clarified the present … Continue reading

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Why I Love the Post Office

I have a stack of those “create your own handmade postcards” and over the weekend I took a break from some brain-busting preparations for a writers conference, relaxed for a while with watercolor and color pencils, and made a postcard … Continue reading

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