Monthly Archives: February 2010

Man and person

There is this commercial running almost non-stop during the Olympics entitled “The World’s Greatest Spokesperson… in the world.” It’s supposed to be funny, but all I hear is that one word: spokesperson. The great columnist, Joseph Sobran, noted how egalitarian … Continue reading

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A crescendo

Conservatives complain heartily about Barack Obama. “Bush wasn’t the best, but this guy is spending us into oblivion.” Obama believes, or so he says, that he has no other choice. It’s necessary to see the larger picture before putting Obama … Continue reading

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Some thoughts on diet

I am in the best shape of my life. I don’t diet. I don’t count calories. When I’m hungry, I eat. When I’m full, I usually stop. If my scale is to be believed, I currently have 11% body fat. … Continue reading

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The age-old urge to “do something”

Recently I heard an author on a talk show. The author correctly explained in great detail why the economy was in its current situation. He even implicated the Fed. Then the host asked what to do. The author proceeded to … Continue reading

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