Daily Archives: July 3, 2020

On The Threat Of Anarchy To Republican Virtue

Living in a free society requires a certain unanimous consent to standards of mutual concern and respect and forebearance that allow all people to feel safe and for minority opinions and groups to feel protected and safe while the majority … Continue reading

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Book Review: Me (Elton John)

Me, by Elton John I think this book adequately expresses how Elton John wishes for the reader to think about him and his career.  I can’t say that I particularly appreciate his approach to life and find him to be … Continue reading

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Book Review: Unfaithful Music & Disappearing Ink

Unfaithful Music & Disappearing Ink, by Elvis Costello Why does this book exist?  Like many people, I am familiar with Elvis Costello mainly for his very rare popular hits in the United States, especially “Alison” and “Every Day I Write … Continue reading

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Book Review: Rod: The Autobiography

Rod:  The Autobiography, by Rod Stewart I have to admit that Rod Stewart ends up having been a more interesting figure in music history and a more ambivalent one than I would have guessed going into this.  Without ever having … Continue reading

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