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A Pragmatist's Take

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About this blog: Real power doesn't reside with those who make the final decision, but with those who decide what qualifies as the viable choices. I stumbled across this insight as a teenager (in the 1960s). As a grad student, I belonged to an org...  (More)

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Rethinking High School Curriculum: Chemistry
May 22, 2016 1:55 am
Comments: 11 | Views: 2,830

Q: For cleaning and disinfecting, what are the differences between soap, household ammonia, alcohol and chlorine bleach? Explain in terms of how they work.

I... More
State Assembly Candidates: Links & Notes for the LWV Forum
May 13, 2016 5:09 pm
Comments: 6 | Views: 2,961

A video of the Candidates Forum for State Assembly District 24 is online.(foot#1) The primary election is June 7. These notes are... More
City Council & School Board: Leaders, Overseers, Technocrats or Advocates?
May 5, 2016 1:52 am
Comments: 2 | Views: 2,661

Candidates are starting to declare for the School Board and City Council. Although the public campaigning typically doesn't begin until September, between now and... More
Misuse of Mixed-use Development
Apr 23, 2016 2:01 am
Comments: 29 | Views: 3,380

Mixed-use development is an enticing concept. The notion is that by combining different categories--housing, office, retail--you can make better use... More
Anniversary of an unlearned lesson: The Irish Easter Rising and current politics
Apr 2, 2016 1:52 am
Comments: 3 | Views: 2,563

Easter week 1916 was the beginning of the end of the British Empire. The event was the Easter Rising in Ireland. In... More
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