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Politics, Christianity, culture, engineering, management, poetry, and (when Fetiche gets rolling) chess and shoes!

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The Curmudgeon interviews acclaimed Web cartoonist Chris Muir

A conversation with Martin McPhillips, author of the extraordinary counter-terrorism thriller Corpse In Armor, about his book, its themes, and the satisfactions of self-publishing.

"Moderation in all things" -- Epictetus. But what about moderation in moderation? And of what does moderation really consist? (Get your fingers out of the stuffing, you Neanderthal!)

Further asseverations and declamations on the ineffable yet retromingent anfractuosity of the contemporary milieu. And a few comments about politics and such, too.

All the usual blather, with twice as much foaming at the mouth, but only half the saturated fats! In other words, reflections on the recent elections and their implications for the immediate future.

The Curmudgeon Emeritus to the World Wide Web discourses on various topics relevant to the upcoming election.

The Curmudgeon continues from last week's exploration of trust to the opposed characteristics of arrogance and humility, with emphasis on how they correlate to and affect political attitudes.

Politics, Christianity, philosophy, fiction, cultural trends, miscellaneous musings, and at least one bad pun per show or your money back. Today's key topics are trust and stability.

The Curmudgeon Emeritus to the World Wide Web blathers on current events and trends in current events, politics, culture, society, and Christianity. No taboos!

The Curmudgeon Emeritus to the World Wide Web blathers on current events and trends in current events, politics, culture, society, and Christianity. No taboos!

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