Monthly Archives: January 2017

At The Eve Of A Historical Turning Point

Suppose Trump fails to make America great again. His detractors will feel vindicated. His defenders will claim Force Majeure. Both will probably be half right. The most likely outcome of forty-five’s tenure is that he is the Dynamic Value philosopher/writer … Continue reading

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Turning A New Leaf

We all sense it–something big is going on. —From the jacket notes Happy New Year! God, yes, it has to better than 2016, the year of bombs and bullshit. If you’re like me, you’ve spent the last month watching re-runs … Continue reading

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