It’s too early to tell how the Fox News settlement will play in public life. Whether it causes Fox’s reporters to change their ways remains to be seen.
The prospect of Donald Trump as a criminal defendant reminds me of a conversation I had once with a mental health professional.
I write this article not knowing if Donald Trump will get arrested this week. He seems to think he will be. He has called for demonstrations against that happening, which means that his lawyers must be pulling their hair out, because their client is failing the first test of facing criminal charges. He is acting like a criminal.
News item: Roald Dahl’s publishers have decided to change his language to better suit modern sensibilities. People in his books will no longer be called “fat,” for instance.
There are people alive today, even in Manchester, who don’t remember William Loeb. I am not one of them
I’m not sure if our state ever deserved to hold the first-in-the-nation primary. It took root because nobody cared, like a dandelion by the side of your driveway.
It was a gorgeous snow, too, that decided to coat our town. It was wet and heavy so it stuck to things and stayed there; every tree looked like a masterpiece and we have a lot of trees so our town looked like a postcard.
When grown men today dress like little children, in other words, the drift is no longer practicality. It’s avoidance of maturity, and running from responsibility, with a dose of magical thinking attached.
December! Freezing rain, the Boston Red Sox losing their shortstop to the San Diego Muckdogs, and time for my annual Chanukah column. It’s been a while, but I didn’t want to do this one alone, so I reached out to an old friend.
In a Zoom interview Monday evening, Davidow, discussed his new book, the fable titled Chanukah Land, with Stoddart. The new series will be archived on InDepthNH.org’s YouTube page.