A five-year-old “white Christian” girl was taken from her mother Continue reading “Two sides of a story”
I’ve received my postal ballot, in advance of the June 8 British election. As with so many elections, it demonstrates, glaringly, Continue reading “Yet again the need for Approval Voting”
A pick of the signs at today’s massive London rally. Continue reading “First They Came for the Muslims”
This isn’t just a gray patch, it’s a large number of dots. I hope you can see them.
America, having elected its first black president, could have gone on to Continue reading “Wrong way, World”
A graphic cribbed from a newspaper, with three annotations by me. Continue reading “Brexit Sequel”
A fine, resounding ambiguity! A clanger of an ambiguity! I think it’s better even than my previous favorite, “The Thirteenth Greatest of Centuries.”
When you do me the honor of contributing a comment to this blog, I get a message asking me to “approve” it, which I always do. Continue reading “Ground Rules”
That was the simplest and commonest version of the placards held up by the folk marching through London yesterday from Hyde Park to Parliament Square.
The lesser of two evils: that’s what many American voters Continue reading “Approval Voting experiment”