—Meanwhile, in the Republic of California at Los Ángeles, it’s Gooooooo Dodgers, have another peach in the land of the Brave(s).
TimeStamp: Twenty ‘till Three on the p.m. dial of the CET on the eve de La Noche Blanca, and two hours before the Circus Brettus on the Eastern Standard Time brings out the Republican Clowns.
TimeStamp: the Jazz hour… on three.
Michael Shaub’s review of the propositions found on the second sentence of the Declaration of Independence:
“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”
is a Just-in-Time (for October) book review that reads like a rather compromised new year’s resolution after–action–review, most of these were wishful thinking… or something like that.
Particularly on the paragraph where he quotes history professor, Jill Lepore’s take on “the country’s greatest social sin” and the way that the country mourned the victims of slavery, cramming these into Lincoln’s tomb.
Until we [the staff] get our hands on These Truths we wont be able to tell if Prof. Lapore’s take on the “defining eras and events of American history” is on the same league as A People’s History of The United States or, if the Harvard academic is only chronologically–adjecent with our favorite Zinner of history.And Just–in–Time to be historically–adjecent with the 60th anniversary of The V Republic… that’s, Fifth Republic for all our non-readers in the Great State of Alabama, professor Lepore leaves her readers to figure out the answers to the pop–quiz she drops at the beginning of her “one–volume history of the United States”.
Which brings us to the following, the good thing about this blog is that the French are not, we repeat, are not:
a nation born in revolution, that will forever struggle against chaos… or something like that.
Like the American “Black, Yellow, Beige and Brown,” story clearly has.
Later, on Channel 3:
It’s a Spooky re-count of Good Ol’ American History
If It’s October—Tell ‘em where it’s at
“Our Man in Méjico”
Recordatorio mensual de que López Mateos, Díaz Ordáz y Luis Echeverría son traidores a la patria.