Everybody’s Politics

Isabel did read Italian; if she had any difficulty with La Repubblica, it was with understanding the complexities of Italian politics. But that, she suspected, was the case with everybody's politics. And it was not just a linguistic difference; she could never understand how American politics worked. It appeared that the Americans went to the … Continue reading Everybody’s Politics

The Lowdown on the Political Road

The gravel road in the picture below (and, for a time, in the header above) runs from Texas State Highway 80 just north of the town of Fentress to where it intersects with Farm-to-Market Road 20, about five miles to the northeast. The sign at the intersection┬áreads Political Road.┬áThe sign denotes Caldwell County's approval, but … Continue reading The Lowdown on the Political Road

The Scottish Referendum a Day Late & Assorted Rambling

It's one p.m. Texas time. I'm in a coffee shop, procrastinating, and I can't think of a better way to procrastinate than to google Scottish Referendum and check on how things are proceeding. I thought the results might have already been announced, since Scotland is several hours ahead of us, but so far they haven't. … Continue reading The Scottish Referendum a Day Late & Assorted Rambling