Month: January 2021

Likely, the most interesting conversation happening today surrounds the end of the Trump administration. It does not seem like a bold prediction that those who felt betrayed would abandon him as his power waned. That is how people behave. Especially in politics. I am not sure who the long-term thinkers are with respect to the […]

Did Mark Twain actually say, “it is easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled?” There is disagreement. Does it matter? True, attributing the quote to Twain adds to its catchy cachet, but it does not make the statement any the more true than it already is. The phrase has […]