We were still debating stretching a wall along our southern border in those days. I interviewed an old New Hampshireman who thought we should build it for symbolic reasons, if nothing else.
Three years ago, it was still common to deny that the Religious Left even existed. I spent a lot of energy on that myth, and now no one doubts it. I think I'll take full credit. You're welcome.
Ned Flanders and Evangelical Pathology
Rush was wrong - sort of. And Buchanan is nuts.
One of the first pieces in my extended discussion of Cultural Tribes (sidebar), The Influence of Doonesbury.
Car Talk offers a political solution. I don't like it, explaining why using hamsters.
Hating Wellness Fair at work. Body worshipers.
How America works. Diffuse Power and No One Is Minding The Store.
Two ethical-religious discussions, on Pascals Wager and Proportionality.