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Preservation in Delaware? Of Delaware?

Recently I’ve received many emails about a “celebration” of historic preservation in Delaware.  From my perspective the hypocrisy of this is breathtaking.

It can be said that there are three broad categories of “resources” needing preservation.  Natural resources such as air, water, forests, plants and animals.  Cultural resources, meaning objects or materials or works created by humans.  These are buildings, roads and other “infrastructure,” farms, villages, stations on the underground railroad, books, scrolls, music, and so on.  And human resources, meaning ourselves, people.

All are interdependent.  Delaware abuses them all. Continue reading

Evil in a small place–harassment and selective prosecution by New Castle County

Evil in a small place–harassment and selective prosecution by New Castle County
What does this say about Chris Coon’s fitness to be a Senator?

This is about evil.  It could be a lot worse.  It is not about people being dragged out of their homes in the middle of the night and tortured.  It’s not about being locked up in a Delaware prison and murdered through denial of medical care.  One can live with it and I’ve been doing so since about 2001. Continue reading