Author: djw

Home /
img

Future podcasts: reader’s choice

By
|
In General
|
On October 6, 2020
We here at LGM enterprises are committed to informing and entertaining you during these dark times. The LGM podcast series will continue to bring you interviews with various scholars and authors and other figures of note, as well as conversations amongst us on topics of our own choosing. We’re contemplating a new format to mix […]

This won’t end well

By
|
On August 4, 2020

Any attempt to have a college football season this year will very likely be a disaster due to the characteristics of the virus itself, along with our criminally negligent political leadership’s

Householder arrested

By
|
On July 21, 2020

Of the two states I spend my time in, I pay a lot more attention to Seattle/Washington politics than Dayton/Ohio, and as such I don’t have much commentary or insight to offer here, but this morn

LGM Podcast: VP2

By
|
On May 29, 2020

And now, part 2. In the rest of the interview, Chris and I discuss his new book, released just two weeks ago from Kansas University Press and available for purchase now, addressing the larger question

img

LGM Podcast: VP 1

By
|
In General , podcast
|
On May 27, 2020
As we enter the period of wild speculation about a Presidential candidate’s VP choice and its electoral implications, it occurred to me that I’m fortunate to work right down the (now, tragically, metaphorical) hall from someone who has written several articles and two books on the subject, Christopher Devine. We sat down for an interview […]

Debt

By
|
On February 16, 2020

Consider two forms of debt: Debt A totals around 1.6 trillion dollars, with the average debt in the 30-40 thousand dollar range. The level of A-debt in society has grown at substantial and alarming ra

Samoa

By
|
On December 1, 2019

It was probably inevitable that the success of the anti-vaccination movement would eventually lead to an outbreak with substantial casualties. It has now happened in Samoa, where 48 people so far have

Election Day

By
|
On November 5, 2019

Election day is upon us. Soon, we’ll be treated to extreme over-interpretations of a handful of electoral events in unrepresentative states. Let’s call this an open thread for all election

1 2 60
It is main inner container footer text