Essays

A stray from the daily, curmudgeonly fair.

Enola Gay

June 1, 1995
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It was the last dawn of security. In London, they were toasting Churchill and Montgomery. In Paris, Parisians were still drunk with freedom. In Berlin, the Germans were paying the price for following their demonic dream master. In Moscow, Stalin was once again free to continue the holocaust on his own people. In New York…

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Nixon

June 1, 1994
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Richard M. Nixon No other name invokes such polarizing passions among citizens the world over. But whatever the personal feelings, one fact cannot be disputed. Richard Nixon was, and always will be, remembered as a major force in 20th century American politics. Watergate crook or World Leader? The debate still rages, but the debate is…

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