Month: January 2020

I am most of the way through organizing a multi-week ski trip (mid-February to late March) so my mind is firmly on skiing, and you’ll be hearing more about it in the coming weeks. Nonetheless, I have not fully escaped my normal “What’s wrong? Let’s fix it” mentality. Today, that brings me to a comparison […]

It’s podcast time, and today Frazer Rice of “Wealth, Actually” and the Pundificator look back at 2019 to nominate our bests and worsts of the year. Last year, where would you have put Amazon, Kylie Jenner, the Federal Reserve Board, Internet regulation, Washington pro sports, the stock market, populism and political professionals? Better still, why? […]

I don’t read that many golf books because I am in the “keen about the game but not zealous” category. The apex of my golf zeal was a father-son trip to Bandon Dunes with my oldest, who was, at the time, uber zealous. We played 36 holes a day—two rounds on each of three courses—on […]

If you live in the Acela corridor (Boston to Washington with a major stopover in New York), the impeachment and election stories are difficult to avoid. Likely, the rest of the country spends far less time obsessing about both issues. For overseas readers, the Acela is our answer to high speed rail in the only […]