Watching the political struggle over bail reform in New York from the ramparts of suburban NJ, I often think about the way that debate, and other debates over governance, are perceived in the rural areas and towns of the state where I grew up. With a population of about 10,000, the town of Fredonia lies… Continue reading Reflections on a New York State of Governance
Observers of generational conflict say it is natural for those in younger generations to disparage older ones (and vice-versa), while most social scientists dismiss the idea of distinct “generations” altogether. Nevertheless, many Americans on the younger side are unable to shake the impression there exists a lack of moral integrity among “Baby Boomers” and have struggled to understand WHY.
A case of misleading analysis, inaccurate statements, and bogus evidence For those unfamiliar with the case, American 1500 meter runner Shelby Houlihan revealed in a press conference on June 14th, 2021 that she had been banned from competition for four years by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) as a result of testing positive… Continue reading The CAS Report on Shelby Houlihan