Fourth of July Respite
I did have a column planned for today, but when I started to write it my fingers would not type out the words I had in mind. I took this as a warning sign that I’ve been pushing myself to the edge of complete exhaustion, and that it’s time to take a break. That’s something I don’t usually allow myself, especially since budget cuts have decreased our staff and handed me a heavier workload. In this case, however, I didn’t want to tempt the Fates, and bring on a case of – dare I say it? – writer’s block.
So I’m going to go sit out in the back yard, take a deep breath, think about my next column – and listen to the sound of the Founding Fathers rolling over in their graves. I’ll be back on Monday.
NOTES IN THE MARGIN
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I’ve written a couple of books, which you might want to peruse. Here is the link for buying the second edition of my 1993 book, Reclaiming the American Right: The Lost Legacy of the Conservative Movement, with an Introduction by Prof. George W. Carey, a Foreword by Patrick J. Buchanan, and critical essays by Scott Richert and David Gordon (ISI Books, 2008).
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- Michael Anton and the Limits of Trumpism – February 26th, 2017
- Antiwar.com vs. the Decline of American Journalism – February 23rd, 2017
- A Note to My Readers – February 21st, 2017
- The War Party Fights Back – February 19th, 2017
- Between a Rock and a Hard Place – February 16th, 2017