Tag: partisanship

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 […]

Are you looking forward to the 50 days between now and Election Day? How about the 111 until the new Congress convenes on January 3, 2021 or the 128 until the new President is inaugurated? These dates and the time periods they bound will resonate differently for domestic and overseas readers. Here in the United […]

Frazer Rice and I have been recording these podcasts for several months now and we think we have learned a few things along the way. Well, at least we sure hope so. We think beginning with an article and building our conversation from there works best. In today’s case, the launching pad was a story […]