mental health and politics
Thanks for coming! I plan to post a lot of interesting articles and comment on a wide range of things-- from political to religious, from private to public, from formal writing on public policy to snippets on random observations.
I gave a quick read to Tracy K'Meyer's Civil Rights in the Gateway to the South: Louisville, KY, 1945-1980. (Full disclosure: I've met Tracy a few times, back in the day, through her husband Glenn
My op-ed in the C-J on international trade and trade restrictions...
One of the coolest ideas I've ever seen, with a dozen implications for gender, politics, contemporary events, empathy in politics, etc., etc.
The strengths and weaknesses of modernism and post-modernism have long been an issue of interest to me.
Another sad, fascist episode on a college campus-- shouting down Charles Murray at Middlebury College and then engaging in thuggery. Brutal, especially for self-styled liberals at a university.
Appeared in Business First and then in newspapers across IN and probably KY...
Walter Kirn in Harpers
I read this book on my way to a speaking engagement on TNRNL at East Texas Baptist University. My host happened to be listening to a podcast from Esolen on this topic, just as I was finishing the book. Small world!