Way back when, when I was a credit analyst I was talking to a colleague about banking and finance and politics and economics. At one point in the…
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I’m tired of hearing how the left always eats its own, as though the littlest disagreement will destroy any efficacy the left has and frighten off any…
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On January 6th as Congress was preparing to certify the victory of Biden and Harris in the recent election, Donald Trump held a rally and sent the most…
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The following essay was written right after the 2016 election. I think it useful to revisit it now. The age of Donald Trump is an age of uncertainty…
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Do you ever get that feeling that when you look back at your life it is not a singular narrative, but a string of disjointed events that make absolutely…
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We spent the Friday Ruth Bader Ginsberg died counting signs. Well, that wasn’t the only thing we did. My trans wife and I live in a small town, Prairie…
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As a species we have this bias towards seeing things in linear patterns. It makes the left ill equipped to respond to backlash. We see failure as…
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Characteristics of Complex Adaptive Systems
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Like everyone else three weeks, four weeks, two years? what is it exactly? into Quarantine I’m finding the emotional strain to be a bit much. I fear I…
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We don’t want to go back to the way things were before. The coronavirus outbreak has emphasized the fault lines in American society and here we are in a…
Look to the margins that are creating emergent systems. Those most deeply impacted are most likely to develop the systems that will survive.
It has come to my attention that my previous post might have gone to some subscriber’s spam or junk folders because of the number of links it contained…