Chris Cillizza, formerly of the Washington Post, presently of CNN, eternally a buffoon, wrote today that he thought Trump’s United Nations address was “much more poetic” than Trump’s prior speeches. From this, one can say that CNN wastes at least as much money as Cillizza’s salary & benefits. (There are, probably, vile limericks that are […]
The quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog. After jumping over the dog, the fox typed into his journal using two spaces between sentences. Over at Caffeinated Politics that there’s a light-hearted post about whether proper punctuation allows two spaces between sentences, or somehow requires only one space. See, Two Spaces After A Period […]
For bloggers who cover politics, policy-making, etc., just as would have been true of essayists and pamphleteers in an earlier time, it helps to have a method to one’s writing. In the paragraphs below, I’ll list steps one should take when approaching a topic. The steps are in a rough order, but in any […]
The 27th Annual Wisconsin Troopers’ Art & Essay Contest is accepting entries through February 15th. I have included the contest rules and an entry form immediately below. The forms are available for downloading and printing. Best of luck to all contestants.
It’s a great help, as Taylor Mali contends, to be clear and to speak with conviction. Enjoy.