Correspondence with a California Lefty… > Francisco, > > Read your latest pieces, and I’ve got more questions for you (no doubt a bit naive to you, perhaps) but > bear with me! Paul, I’d have to write a book to answer your email fully (which I intend to, some day!) but for now I’ll…

Correspondence with a California Lefty… > Francisco, > > Read your latest pieces, and I’ve got more questions for you (no doubt a bit naive to you, perhaps) but > bear with me! Paul, I’d have to write a book to answer your email fully (which I intend to, some day!) but for now I’ll…

Correspondence with a California Lefty… > Francisco, > > Read your latest pieces, and I’ve got more questions for you (no doubt a bit naive to you, perhaps) but > bear with me! Paul, I’d have to write a book to answer your email fully (which I intend to, some day!) but for now I’ll…

[The OpEd I would have liked to write for the Wall Street Journal – and would’ve written, if I’d had a more pliable editor and 1800 words to play with.] Venezuela’s Narcissist-in-Chief If you’re looking for insight into Venezuela’s political crisis, section 301.81 of the American Psychiatric Association’s Diagnostic and Statistical Manual is an excellent…

[The OpEd I would have liked to write for the Wall Street Journal – and would’ve written, if I’d had a more pliable editor and 1800 words to play with.] Venezuela’s Narcissist-in-Chief If you’re looking for insight into Venezuela’s political crisis, section 301.81 of the American Psychiatric Association’s Diagnostic and Statistical Manual is an excellent…

The opposite of freedom It sounds a bit melodramatic, I know, but in Spanish the post of Human Rights Ombudsman is translated as Defensor del Pueblo – literally “defender of the people.” Switch just a couple of letters around and you end up with Defensor del Puesto – Defender of his Post. Sure, it’s a…

The opposite of freedom It sounds a bit melodramatic, I know, but in Spanish the post of Human Rights Ombudsman is translated as Defensor del Pueblo – literally “defender of the people.” Switch just a couple of letters around and you end up with Defensor del Puesto – Defender of his Post. Sure, it’s a…