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Category Archives: Politics
Way busy these days, and not enough time to comment on current events the way I’d like (aside from some late-night Twitter spew), but I do have a couple of things to say about this whole shutdown business: 1. Contrary … Continue reading
Contrary to something I posted just last summer, I decided to skip the sturm und drang of finding an agent and/or traditional publisher and go indie for my first two books. Now that it’s done? I couldn’t be happier. I … Continue reading
After reading the SCOTUS Prop-8 transcript (hilariously condensed by a friend on FB), it seems the anti-same-sex-marriage argument being offered boils down to this: Opposite-sex couples run the risk of producing children, therefore the state has an interest in enabling these … Continue reading
Realized I could boil my whole point down thusly: The way entertainment is currently funded and distributed is seriously broken. This is mostly because traditional distribution channels are controlled by a very small number of very large companies, all of … Continue reading
Finally climbing down off of six weeks on plague mountain, and can think a little again, so I may be posting here a bit more in the near future. Woop! Getting the gears spinning today: some thoughts on identity, and how it shapes … Continue reading
I haven’t cried about Sandy Hook. I’ve felt almost nothing, actually. I worry when I hear of one of these things happening close to people I know, but even then, I tend to shrug it off quickly once I know … Continue reading
A friend shared this map on FB today, and I was totally fascinated by it. Most election maps, such as the top right one there, exist to show that the country is somehow really purple; to make the point that there’s no … Continue reading
Not posted much here recently, as I was more in fetal-ball-anxiety mode than righteous rage, but I’ve of course kept up with the last few weeks of this election. Now that it’s basically over except for some details, I want … Continue reading
Because if I did comment, it would contain a truly spectacular amount and variety of foul language.