Archive for June, 2016

Trusties and Suspies: Knowing Your Place in the New U.S.A.

Friday, June 24th, 2016

I wish I had time to write a better post about this, but it’s more important to write about it soon than well: Something very bad is happening in this country, and legislators — of all kinds, but especially in the Democratic Party — are not only not stopping it, they’re actively encouraging it. We’re gradually dividing ourselves, step […]

Obligatory Post Opposing Donald Trump.

Monday, June 20th, 2016

After reading Scott Aaronson’s “Daddy, why didn’t you blog about Trump?” post and Terence Tao’s “It ought to be common knowledge that Donald Trump is not fit for the presidency of the United States of America” — relax, Tao is not indulging in liberal tribalism but rather is using a technical definition of “common knowledge” in a […]