Sending Jobs Overseas, by Christopher Caldwell — “The situation does not promise a resolution that will satisfy all concerned.”
Happy feast of St. George to all my dear readers, especially to those of you who are English! Below, I have included G. K. Chesterton’s poem “The Englishman,” which happens to be my favorite poem on St. George and one of my favorites to derive from Chesterton’s pen. St. George, pray for us! The Englishman […]
All Praise to Thee my God this Night – Canon in eight parts
Six thirty and it’s pitch dark. Probably global warming.
My approach to art is to draw something, and then name it afterward. No prophets yet; so far I’ve got Charlie Brown’s father, Captain Ahab, Cousin Earl, King Henry VIII, Bob the maintenance man, and the radiologist Muhammad.
The ears are the key to the whole thing. Get those right and only the rest remains to be done.
Not in reality, but in the view of the US government. What exists “legally?” There is of course the US government. There are individual human beings, as defined by the US government. There are corporations, profit and non-profit, chartered by the US government or another government. There are other sovereign states, like Belgium and China, and maybe the fifty US states. Maybe there are NGOs distinct from non-profit corporations. Maybe groups (nations?) of native Americans are something different. What about organized criminal gangs? Are there some few categories in which US law places every human or group of humans?
That’s all for now.