Daily Archives: April 1, 2015

You Get No Points

Jefferson Davis’ claimed in his memoirs that “The goal of secession, Davis wrote, was to protect the rights of “sovereign states” from “tremendous and sweeping usurpation” by the federal government. “The truth remains intact and incontrovertible, that the existence of … Continue reading

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Book Review: Miles Errant

Miles Errant, by Lois McMaster Bujold As part of the continuing series of omnibus volumes I have reviewed in the Vorkosigan series [1], this volume offers another chance to comment on how the context of a story changes by its … Continue reading

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