August 27, 2020

Golden Days

We rarely recognize golden days when we are living them. Good can only be evaluated by what we consider bad, and bad by what we consider […]
August 20, 2020

Five Things I Learned from Len Deighton

Len Deighton is my favorite living writer. I have read and reread the nine novels beginning with Berlin Game and ending with Charity of his triple […]
August 12, 2020

On David Hockney

I consider David Hockney one of the world’s finest artists. Born in Britain, he moved to Los Angeles. He currently lives in France. The subject of […]
August 5, 2020

“I Ain’t Superstitious” Revisited

In May of 2017, I wrote an article entitled I Ain’t Superstitious about superstition, the art of false news, and a quote by Winston Churchill, which […]
July 30, 2020

Revisiting “Ideas and the Scientific Method”

The article “Ideas and the Scientific Method” that I wrote in May 2013 is surprisingly appropriate today. It gave a brief synopsis of the history of […]
July 29, 2020

Last Call for Kindle Unlimited!

Did you miss out on the giveaway that ended yesterday? There’s still a chance to read Eye of the Moon for free. August 9th marks the […]
July 24, 2020

Special Limited Giveaway of Eye of the Moon

From July 24th through the 28th, we have the last giveaway of Eye of the Moon before the launch of the sequel, by having the book […]
July 15, 2020

Political Insider #110: Interview with Bill Ballenger

My interview with Bill Ballenger on The Political Insider #110 is posted, from the 10 minute to 29 minute mark. It was delightful to talk with […]
July 7, 2020

Bedside Reading’s Authors that Thrive Podcast with Lou Diamond

I had the great pleasure of speaking with Lou Diamond for his podcast series in collaboration with Bedside Reading®, Authors that Thrive.
July 1, 2020

Stepping Out

The Rufous Hornero (furnarius rufus) is Argentina’s national bird. They build oven-shaped nests of clay and vegetation. Its English name is the “Red Ovenbird”. They are […]
June 29, 2020

Protected: Update on the sequel

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June 24, 2020

The Teenage Years

When times are uncertain the best one can do is be optimistic and have a sense of humor. One must also take the long view. Such […]
June 17, 2020

Review: The Good Shepherd

I read The Good Shepherd and gave it five stars. Here is my review on Goodreads: There are a few books by C. S. Forester that […]
June 10, 2020

Early Morning Fog

The weather at this time of year reminds me of the poem by
June 3, 2020

Learning

One of the ways we learn is to observe. Infants do that a lot. They look around. What are they doing in their cute little heads? […]
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