Monthly Archives: September 2016

The Excellent Usefulness of the Horse and Honors Students

(based on Dr. More) And now a word about our surely excellent children: Since I always urge my students not to start their papers with such low-brow devices as referring to dictionary definitions, and since I despise following my own advice, I want … Continue reading

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Lying to Liars

We grow up being taught that if lying is the lesser of two evils, then lies should become part of our faith, as we rally around the flag. A Washington Post article, today (“Trump’s week reveals bleak view, dubious statements … Continue reading

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