Winter's blog

Civic Duty

When you live in a pretend democracy, every now and then you have to go out and pretend to vote. Best wishes to my Canadian friends on the occasion of their civic duty.

Can We Still Say 9/11 Was A SCAD?

Was 9/11 a SCAD?

Gloria Tatum of Atlanta Progressive News: For Activists, Architects, 9/11 Questions Linger Ten Years Later

Can we still say that?

Kenny's Sideshow: ‘Fantastical’ 9/11

... Then There Was This Hole, And Then I Fell In ...

As we approach the season of seasonal greetings, I send my very best wishes to my friends and colleagues of the blogosphere. Unfortunately my writing has been exceptionally hampered lately, but I do expect to rejoin you, and as soon as possible.

I especially wish to acknowledge and thank those readers who have posted comments here or sent me email, checking in on me during my long periods of deep quiet. I appreciate your support more than I can tell you.

When my current difficulties come to an end, as they surely will, you will hear from me again on a regular basis, both here and at my current home-away-from-home, Sherlock Holmes And The Alderney Street Mystery.

In the meantime, I offer you some reflections on the season and its meaning, from two years ago:

Christmas And The GWOT
Christmas And The GWOT [2]: Personal Salvation And National Destruction
Christmas And The GWOT [3]: Sell Your Stocks And Run
Don't Stand Underneath When They Fly By

Best wishes to you and yours. Back soonest.

The Summer Soldier And The Sunshine Patriot

The post named above, the second most popular piece I have ever written, does not have a comment thread.

Until now.

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'Better Than Doyle': Camouflage In The JFK Assassination Would Have Fooled Sherlock

The piece named above, the most popular piece I have ever posted, does not have a comment thread.

Until now.

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