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Monthly Bookpost, March 2015
What I read last month. In this edition... Geometry, by Rene Descartes The Harvard Classics "Voyages and Travels" volume Scientific treatises, by Blaise Pascal Hadrian the Seventh, by ...
AdmiralNaismith 04/02/2015 6 9 - -
Monthly Book Post, February 2015
What I read last month, featuring but not limited to, this year's focus on the Elizabethan era and the 17th Century. In this month's edition: The Defeat of the Spanish Armada, by Garrett ...
AdmiralNaismith 03/05/2015 7 17 - -
Monthly Book Post, January 2015
And so a new year of reading begins. As I continue my decade-long foray into the great literature through history, I undertake the 17th Century, bookended a little, from the final years of Queen ...
AdmiralNaismith 02/05/2015 11 14 1 -
Monthly Book Post, December 2014
What I read in December, including some emphasis on the 16th Century and a lot of light holiday reading as well. In this installment: OLDER: The Defense of Poesy , Sir Philip Sidney Holinshed's ...
AdmiralNaismith 01/01/2015 6 13 1 -
Forbidden words and phrases, 2015
Adorbs Affluenza Amazeballs Ammosexual Blatantly feed a child Boobs on the ...
AdmiralNaismith 12/30/2014 33 12 1 -
Monthly Book Post, November 2014
What I read last month. Some from or about the 15th-16th Century; others from all over the bookshelf...in this edition: Essays (Vol. III) , by Michel de Montaigne Jerusalem Delivered , by Torquato ...
AdmiralNaismith 12/04/2014 8 11 - -
Monthly Bookpost, October 2014
What I read last month, with a smattering of Tudor-era history and a lot more from the modern era. This month: Spenser's The Faerie Queene Bacon's On the Advancement of Learning Browne's Religio ...
AdmiralNaismith 11/06/2014 4 6 - -
Monthly Book Post, September 2014
What I read last month, with some emphasis on the Great Books of the 16th century. In this edition: Donna Tartt's The Goldfinch Vonnegut's Bluebeard Francis Bacon's Essays William Harvey's On the ...
AdmiralNaismith 10/02/2014 11 14 1 -
Monthly Bookpost, August 2014
What I read last month, including the latest in my decade-long "Great Books through History" trek. In this installment: Montaigne's Essays, Vol. II. Francis Bacon, The New Organon Robert Louis ...
AdmiralNaismith 09/04/2014 6 7 - -
From the Kos Songbook: No More Burger Kings
Just in time to post on Labor Day (tune: Schoolhouse Rock, "No More Kings") Picket signs and marches Fallen Golden Arches Pre-formed meats and starches, Whoppers and lies... Keith Kramer had a ...
AdmiralNaismith 09/01/2014 1 1 - -
Monthly Bookpost, july 2014
What I read this month: (Old) Huizinga's The Waning of the Middle Ages Writings of Martin Luther Galileo's Dialogues Concerning the Two New Sciences ...and the usual array of historical murder ...
AdmiralNaismith 08/07/2014 19 15 - -
Monthly Book post, June 2014
What I read last month. MODERN: The Eye of the World , by Robert Jordan Warbound , by Larry Correia Ancillary Justice , by Ann Leckie Americanah , by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie NOT SO MODERN: The ...
AdmiralNaismith 07/03/2014 6 6 - -
Monthly Book Post, May 2014
What I read last month. Still delving into the 15th and 16th Centuries... Modern: Parasite , by Mira Grant The Diviners, by Margaret Laurence Hard Magic and Spellbound, by Larry Correia The ...
AdmiralNaismith 06/05/2014 3 7 - -
From the Kos Songbook: What does FOX Say?
Once again, something so simple I'm surprised no one seems to have gotten to it first... tune: Ylvis, "The Fox" Democrats have their queen Clinton II in sweet '16 Senator. Candidate. And the ...
AdmiralNaismith 05/16/2014 2 - - -
Monthly Book Post, April 2014
What I read last month... 15th/16th Century, from my decade-long Great Books project: Guicciardini's History of Italy Vasari's Lives of the Artists Montaigne's Essays, Vol. 1 ...and several period ...
AdmiralNaismith 05/01/2014 8 15 2 -
Monthly Bookpost, March 2014
What I read last month, with a continuing decade-long focus on the great books of history. This year, the 15th and 16th Centuries. Historical: Erasmus's Colloquies Nicholas of Cusa's Of Learned ...
AdmiralNaismith 04/03/2014 9 18 1 -
Monthly Book Post, February 2014
What I read last month, with a 2014 emphasis on 15th and 16th century books, and much more. This month--from/about the later middle ages: Bocaccio's The Decameron Machiavelli't The Prince and the ...
AdmiralNaismith 03/06/2014 9 11 - -
Monthly BookPost, January 2014
It's a new year, and a new set of books to read. Having finished my not-very-pleasant year of traipsing through the theology-centric Middle Ages, this year the scholarly part of my reading list ...
AdmiralNaismith 02/06/2014 4 7 1 -
From the Kos Songbook: The GW Bridge Song
(sung to "The 59th Street Bridge Song", Simon & Garfunkel) Slow down, you're at our mercy We closed a highway in New Jersey The Mayor is a Democrat The revenge of Gov'ner Christie (Da-da-da-da-da-...
AdmiralNaismith 01/09/2014 1 8 1 -
Monthly Bookpost, December 2013
What I read last month as I said goodbye to a year of reading concentrated in the Middle Ages and the Bible and enjoyed a bit of light reading for the holidays. In this month's selections: The ...
AdmiralNaismith 01/02/2014 14 5 - -
Forbidden Words and Phrases 2014
Accidental Racist Badassery Belieber Blahhnd Boots on the ground Bqhatevwr But I'm a nice guy! Cantaloupe calves Carlos Danger Cautiously optimistic Chained CPI Cray-cray Cunt punt ...
AdmiralNaismith 12/28/2013 14 4 - -
Monthly Bookpost, November 2013. You read 16 tomes, and what do you get?
What I read last month, with the usual mix of heavy duty scholarly works (as usual per my Medieval year, centered on religion and history) and fun. This month, we have The Decline and Fall of the ...
AdmiralNaismith 12/05/2013 15 12 1 -
Monthly Bookpost, October 2013
What I read last month. The centerpiece, for politically minded people, is William Ecenbarger's account of the Pennsylvania juvenile judge who accepted bribes to keep his rich buddy's juvenile ...
AdmiralNaismith 11/07/2013 12 16 1 -
Monthly Book Post, September 2013
What I read last month. Several classic "great books", including six more books of the Bible, the Baghvad Gita, Thomas Aquinas and Copernicus. Some modern classics, including Atwood's Blind ...
AdmiralNaismith 10/03/2013 2 7 1 -
Monthly Bookpost, August 2013
What I read last month, heavy on the Middle Ages. Maimonides, Aquinas, Chaucer, Georges Duby on the Age of Cathedrals, and the usual assortment of historical mysteries set in the era. Also in the ...
AdmiralNaismith 09/05/2013 7 8 - -
Monthly Bookpost, July 2013
What I read last month. Three books on the Amanda Knox case, including Knox's own memoir, and more works about and from the Middle Ages, with a heavy dose of sagas from the dark ages as well as ...
AdmiralNaismith 08/01/2013 9 8 - -
Monthly Bookpost, June 2013
What I read last month. I've come to the part of Medieval history where the most enduring literature consisted of Norse sagas where the smoldering volcanic passions are buried under tons of ...
AdmiralNaismith 07/04/2013 12 15 1 -
Monthly Bookpost, May 2013
What I read last month. This month, of particular interest to Kosters, I review Better Off Without 'Em , Chuck Thompson's controversial manifesto encouraging Southern secession. In keeping with my ...
AdmiralNaismith 06/06/2013 6 6 - -
Monthly Bookpost, April 2013
What I read last month. Still giving a focus to the Medieval era while making time for other thins, it got interesting as I reached the Islamic Golden Age, which coincided with Europe's Dark Ages, ...
AdmiralNaismith 05/02/2013 6 6 - -
Monthly Bookpost, March 2013
What I read during the past month. This time around, I try to make sense and entertainment out of those short books of the Bible, and of some commentary by early church fathers, in keeping with my ...
AdmiralNaismith 04/04/2013 4 10 - -
Monthly Bookpost, February 2012
What I read last month. This month, my middle Ages-centered reading continues with a history of the early middle ages by Chris Wickham, works by Augustine, Ptolemy and Boethius, and two more ...
AdmiralNaismith 03/07/2013 12 16 - -
Monthly Bookpost, January 2013
2011 was Greece. 2012 was Rome. This year, my booklist is heavy on bokks written in and about the roughly 1200 years between Marcus Aurelius and the Rennaissance. Unfortunately, that's going to ...
AdmiralNaismith 02/07/2013 11 9 - -
Monthly Bookpost, December 2012
What I read during the waning days of 2012. While I included some Roman hits from the second Century AD, including my hero Marcus Aurelius, in honor of the holiday season I went heavy on the light ...
AdmiralNaismith 01/03/2013 7 3 - -
Forbidden words and phrases, 2013
Authentic Awesomesauce Binders full of women Bronies Digital Humanities Dipshidiot Dougie ...
AdmiralNaismith 12/30/2012 17 8 - -
Monthly Bookpost, November 2012
Monthly Bookposts are now back on the Readers & Booklovers forum, at a new and (for me, at least) more convenient time slot. This month, my year of reading Ancient Rome brings me to Will Durant, ...
AdmiralNaismith 12/06/2012 8 9 - -
Monthly Bookpost: October 2012
As my year of Ancient Rome moves into the Second Century AD, the pickings begin to get a little slim. One might even say that the Empire has peaked and is beginning to fail, and that this is ...
AdmiralNaismith 11/01/2012 6 4 - -
Monthly Bookpost, September 2012
This month: the second Game of Thrones book, the Discourses of Epictetus, the Zingers of Martial, several historical murder mysteries from ancient Rome, Rebecca West, Clifford D. Simak, Timothy ...
AdmiralNaismith 10/03/2012 2 4 - 26
Monthly Bookpost, August 2012
It was interesting to see Niall Ferguson, whose book Colossus I reviewed this June without really knowing much about Ferguson, disgraced in August for fudging facts in a hatchet job on president ...
AdmiralNaismith 09/04/2012 4 7 1 47
Monthly Bookpost, July 2012
What I read last month, spanning the centuries from Virgil and Tacitus to current NY Times bestseller Blackout . Of particular interest to political junkies is Jodi Kantor's behind the scenes ...
AdmiralNaismith 08/01/2012 4 4 - 28
Monthly Bookpost, June 2012
What I read last month. Of special interest to political junkies is Niall Ferguson's ultimately disappointing but big look at Bush (and American in general) foreign policy in Colossus and my long ...
AdmiralNaismith 07/03/2012 11 7 1 61
Monthly Bookpost, May 2012
What I read this month. In this edition, works by Plutarch, Cicero, Nicholas Blake, Harlan Ellison, Isak Dinisen, Stanislaw Lem, Jim Butcher, John Green, Jonathan Franzen, Daphne Du Maurier and ...
AdmiralNaismith 06/06/2012 6 6 - 39
Monthly Bookpost, April 2012
What I read last month. This month, I tell you which was Dashiell Hammett's greatest mystery, and why political professionals should read it, continue exploring Cicero, and discover two modern ...
AdmiralNaismith 05/01/2012 19 16 - 97
Monthly Bookpost: March 2012
This month, in solidarity with an international protest against the big, internet-censoring Irritainment industry, I boycotted/avoided buying their products for the month. No movies, no television, ...
AdmiralNaismith 04/09/2012 6 3 - 53
Monthly Bookpost, February 2012--Now with SONGS!
I've been asked by the moderators of the Readers and Book Lovers forum to stop posting there. And so, after 4+ years of crossposting to plf515's and cfk's Wednesday book diaries, I'll be sticking ...
AdmiralNaismith 03/02/2012 10 6 - 52
Monthly Bookpost: January 2012
What I read in the first month of the new year. Thicker books, mostly, and fewer of them. Enjoy!
AdmiralNaismith 02/03/2012 7 8 - 50
Monthly Bookpost: December 2011
The last of the pile of books I read in 2011. In which I finish the complete works of Plato and Aristotle, solve one of the greatest classics in detective fiction ever written, puzzle my way through ...
AdmiralNaismith 01/06/2012 14 7 - 61
Forbidden Words And Phrases, 2012
Appletinirita Austerity budget Best. (anything). Ever. Bunga-Bunga pictures Butthurt Carmageddon Casey Anthony Collectable (used as a noun) Debt ...
AdmiralNaismith 12/29/2011 13 6 - 92
Monthly Bookpost: November 2011
What I read in November. In this entry: One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest , including the parts you didn't see in the movie. Jung's memoirs. More than you wanted to know about the battle of ...
AdmiralNaismith 12/05/2011 11 8 - 64
Monthly Bookpost: October 2011
What I read last month, with quotes and commentary. This month: an abundance of killings, in war and in mysteries. Crime stories by Linda Barnes, Seanan McGuire, Jim Butcher, Margery Allingham and ...
AdmiralNaismith 11/04/2011 7 7 - 45
Monthly Bookpost: September 2011
What I read last month. Of special interest politically, you'll find Matt Taibbi's The Great Derangement , Felipe Fernandez-Armesto's Millenium , Thucydides on the Pelopponesian war, ...
AdmiralNaismith 10/07/2011 10 5 - 42
August Bookpost
What I read last month, running the gamut from Homer to Jim Butcher. Best book of the month by far, and of special interest to the political blogs, was John Brunner's fantastic, prescient The ...
AdmiralNaismith 09/02/2011 34 16 1 122
July Bookpost
I anticipate a lot more escapist books to come as I continue to reel from the Democratic Party's mind-boggling Will To Fail, and their eagerness to kick their most loyal supporters AND destroy ...
AdmiralNaismith 08/01/2011 5 6 - 43
June Book Post
Here's what I read last month. Featuring Sarah Vowell as the comic muse and Mira Grant as the tragic muse, with comparisons of Ulysses as seen by Homer and Joyce, Christians and pagans as seen by ...
AdmiralNaismith 07/07/2011 7 8 - 35
May Book Post
What I read last month. Still going through ancient Greek classics, continuing Sarah Caudwell, and getting into some nifty SF/Fantasy series, including one serial book that only exists on ...
AdmiralNaismith 06/06/2011 12 8 - 54
One Hundred Books That Rocked My World
"Show me what you read, and I will show you who you are." ---attributed on Facebook to Martin Luther King Jr. Forget those wussy-ass memes about a mere ten or fourteen or twenty important books. ...
AdmiralNaismith 05/17/2011 149 100 33 651
April Book Post
What I read last month. Everything from Plato and Aristotle to this year's Hugo nominees. Of special interest to Kos readers is The Partly Cloudy Patriot , by the wonderful Sarah Vowell ...
AdmiralNaismith 05/02/2011 12 15 - 73
March Book Post
What I read last month. Some very gloomy fiction, beautiful sci-fi and fantasy, and ancient philosophy. The selection of most significant political interest today is I.F. Stone analyzing the trial ...
AdmiralNaismith 04/03/2011 14 12 - 59
February Bookpost
What I read last month. Includes sociopaths, Discworld, black belt zen guitars, stories about actual haunted places, Henry Fielding, Plato, Marco Polo, the stunning conclusion to The Once and ...
AdmiralNaismith 03/01/2011 39 15 1 87
January Book Post
What I read last month. Of special interest here--I finally got around to reading and reviewing American Taliban . Plus, Herodotus, the autobiography of Alexander Herzen, and a surprisingly ...
AdmiralNaismith 02/01/2011 3 4 - 66
December Bookpost
My final booklist of 2010 included Jack London, Italo Calvino and Boris Pasternak for the high literature, Michael Dibdin for the best whodunnit I've come across in over a decade, and Christopher ...
AdmiralNaismith 01/03/2011 11 11 2 57
Forbidden Words and Phrases 2011
A new classic Aqua Buddha Asshat At the end of the day Big, Bold Flavor Bitch, please Chillaxing Chunktastic (actually, ANYTHING "-tastic", except fan) Clean Coal Cougar (applied to Mrs. ...
AdmiralNaismith 12/30/2010 73 10 - 80
November Book Post: A month of Downers
This month’s reading list, with some exceptions, turned out to be, overall, the biggest crop of downers I’ve come across in a long time. From Walter Miller’s post apocolyptic ...
AdmiralNaismith 11/30/2010 3 6 2 52
October Book Post
Sorry for the delay, but I was a little preoccupied in the early part of the month. Wonder why. Anyhow, here's what I read last month, including the second Stieg Larsson book, Ken Kesey, Robert ...
AdmiralNaismith 11/07/2010 10 3 - 29
September Book Post
What I read last month, spanning the centuries from Ovid to Stieg Larsson. Of special interest to political bloggers this month are Society without God, Game Change , and the autobiography ...
AdmiralNaismith 10/04/2010 3 1 - 23
August Bookpost
What I read last month. Not much politics this time, unless you're interested in 16th Century Mediterranean intrigue, but there was a lot of fun and enlightenment nonetheless, from Carson McCullers ...
AdmiralNaismith 09/05/2010 14 6 - 41
July Book Post
What I read this month. Usually crossposted to cfk's and plf515's diaries and a lot of non-Kos blogs as well. This month, the big political tract is the modern Republican Party's manifesto-- ...
AdmiralNaismith 08/02/2010 4 5 1 31
June BookyBook Post
What I read last month. The magnificent Christopher Moore. The delightful Terry Pratchett. The outrageous Helene Hanff. The cybercool William Gibson. The sublime Peter S. Beagle. And several ...
AdmiralNaismith 07/06/2010 9 6 - 32
May Book Post: More Duds Than Usual
There were some real jewels in this month’s reading—Steinbeck and Bulgakov and Pico Iyer and most especially The Watchmen . Overall, though, many of the things I picked up to read ...
AdmiralNaismith 06/01/2010 11 8 - 41
April Book Post: A month of trilogies
My ever-increasing must-read list had several books that I’d been putting off because they were three-volume sets (not much science fiction/fantasy, either: those trilogies tend to be five or ...
AdmiralNaismith 05/03/2010 10 2 1 24
March Book Post
What I've read this month, crossposted as usual to plf515 and cfk's regular book diaries. This month we travel from the 14th century through Boswell's Scotland to a mystery published just this ...
AdmiralNaismith 03/31/2010 10 2 - 23
February Book Post
What I read in February. Special emphasis on Black History Month, with famous books by James Baldwin, Alice Walker, Chinua Achebe and John Howard Griffin. Of interest to political bloggers are the ...
AdmiralNaismith 03/03/2010 11 18 1 203
Book Post, January 2010
What I read last month. Of special interest to political bloggers: The autobiographies of Sully Sullenberger and Helen Keller, criminology works by Richard Rhodes and Mark Fleisher, Frank Norris'...
AdmiralNaismith 02/03/2010 8 6 - 44
December Book Post
What I've been reading lately. Includes Barbara Ehrenreich and Stephen Colbert, of particular interest to political bloggers.
AdmiralNaismith 01/05/2010 7 7 - 85
Forbidden words and phrases 2010
[adjective] [noun] is [same adjective]. Accessorizing AIG bonuses Ask your doctor if ______ is Right For You! Bipartisanship Birther Blue dog "Democrat" Boba Fart Boosts your ...
AdmiralNaismith 12/28/2009 74 17 1 88
November Book Post
What I read last month. Political highlights include Robert Penn Warren's All the King's Men and Andre Malraux's Man's Fate . Actual fun highlights include Paper Towns and ...
AdmiralNaismith 12/01/2009 7 9 - 261
In Which I Get Dipped in Daiquiris. (A No-Book Post)
It's been a while since I included anything overtly political in my monthly book diary. Well, except The Communist Manifesto , but maybe it's time for something a little more cutting-edge ...
AdmiralNaismith 11/05/2009 7 6 - 36
October Book Post
Many more books than usual this month, to reflect the short attention span I’ve had lately. Every book mentioned here is less than 300 pages long, some are under 100 pages, and each book was ...
AdmiralNaismith 11/02/2009 7 6 - 73
September Book Post
My monthly book post. This month, heavy on war and Faulkner.
AdmiralNaismith 10/06/2009 9 7 - 32
August Bookybook Post
My monthly bookpost, with quotes and commentary on everything I've read lately. In this edition, the truly wonderful Handmaid's Tale , Chuck Norris's truly terrible Black Belt ...
AdmiralNaismith 09/01/2009 7 5 4 199
DeFazio Town Hall: In Which The Faz Kicks Ass and Chews Bubblegum
Oregon's Peter DeFazio is one of the 60 progressive Democrats in the House who has already pledged opposition to any health insurance reform bill that lacks a robust public option. He's had our ...
AdmiralNaismith 08/19/2009 15 35 - 21
July Book Post
Exciting things are happening at the Admiral’s book post. I started a book journal a few years back just for fun and to help myself pay attention to what I was reading. In early 2008 I started ...
AdmiralNaismith 08/05/2009 3 5 1 92
June Book Post: Strange Places Edition
This month’s theme is “strange places”, as the Admiral’s booklist travels from Norway to Japan to South Africa, to Argentina (and strangely enough, to the Appalachian Trail ...
AdmiralNaismith 07/01/2009 7 4 - 92
May Book Post: Demons and Hapless Victims Edition
It's all about predators and prey this month at the Admiral's Book post. Sometimes the demons are actual monsters, sometimes they're on the inside of your mind, and sometimes they're all too human.
AdmiralNaismith 06/04/2009 4 9 - 20
April Book post
Back to the heavy duty stuff this month. Below the cut, you'll find quotes and commentary on second-tier Bible history, Somerset Maugham, DH Lawrence, Hemingway and Sholokhov, with some John Ringo ...
AdmiralNaismith 05/05/2009 15 14 3 244
March Book Post: Light Reading Edition
It’s a lot of light reading this month at The Admiral’s Book Post, with more books than usual, and not as many heavy duty “spinach books” (not so much fun, but good for you). ...
AdmiralNaismith 04/02/2009 10 11 1 26
50-State Diary: The five purplest states in America
This diary is part three of a five part 50-state diary that attempts to identify the bluest and reddest states and the ones in between, and evaluate how to divide the Democratic party’s ...
AdmiralNaismith 03/17/2009 22 27 1 168
BREAKING: Chuck Norris's legs after Obama kicks his ass!
Here on Chuck Norris's self proclaimed "GOP Armchair Terrorists Compensating for our Small Weewees Day" or whatever they're calling their latest pathetic teaparty, it struck me... Just about the ...
AdmiralNaismith 03/13/2009 42 25 - 19
February Book Post
My monthly book post. Crossposted, as usual, to bookflurries, What Are You Reading, and a whole bunch of other sites that put up with my meanderings. Below the cut: quotes and commentary from ...
AdmiralNaismith 03/02/2009 9 7 - 2
January Book Post: Learned Helplessness Edition
Books I read last month, with the usual quotes and commentray. Crossposted to cfk's bookflurries, plf515's Friday book post, eenrblog, and the usual bibliophilic alphabet soup. In this edition: ...
AdmiralNaismith 02/04/2009 8 5 1 5
December Book Post
The last entry in my reading log of 2008, with quotes and commentary. Includes The Christmas Books and The Audacity of Hope , as well as many others.
AdmiralNaismith 12/31/2008 7 9 - 14
50-state diary: The lighter blue states
This is the second of five 50-state diaries based on the principle that we need to compete everywhere, but that some states are more equal than others. They try to identify the bluest and reddest ...
AdmiralNaismith 12/23/2008 24 33 - 209
50-state diary: allocation of attention--the 20 BLUEST states
Following my 50-state diary series prior to the elections, I'm back with a look at where we stand in the solid blue, light blue, purple, light red and solid red states, where to allocate the bulk of ...
AdmiralNaismith 12/17/2008 50 14 1 91
Drowning in Medical Bills: The fable of the mice
I wrote this diary a couple of weeks ago as a cry for help when my family's medical bills spiraled out of control. http://www.dailykos.com/story/2008/11/25/183112/40/765/666405 And guess what?
AdmiralNaismith 12/05/2008 1 2 - -
November Book Post
My monthly book post. This month we're big on escapist lit, as I wnjoyed a post-election bit of relaxation. Some nice whodunnits, sci-fi and horror, as well as Richard Dawkins on atheism, ...
AdmiralNaismith 12/04/2008 3 7 1 5
Poverty by spreadsheet: Drowning in medical bills, despite insurance
This is the latest in a long list of medical horror stories that have appeared on these pages. It is by no means the worst of them. After all, my family is among the lucky ones. We’ve made it ...
AdmiralNaismith 11/25/2008 8 12 2 218
50-state diary: Winners and Failures
Here's my assessment of how each of the 50 states performed in Tuesday's elections, taking into account all election results, expectations, trends, importance of individual upticket and downticket ...
AdmiralNaismith 11/10/2008 48 23 2 252
October Book Post
Books I read in October, with quotes and commentary. a little shorter than usual, since I was busy canvassing and all during the election homestretch, but I always carry a book with me, even when ...
AdmiralNaismith 10/31/2008 3 6 - -
Focus On...AMERICA!!! (#51 in 50-diary series)
Every State. Every race. Right here. All at once, Right Now! ( Swoosh, Gong! ) This is number 51 (the wrap-up) in my series of 50 entries since April, which has looked at each of the 50 ...
AdmiralNaismith 10/30/2008 20 24 2 258
Focus On...ARIZONA!!! (#50 in 50-diary series)
Every State. Every race. Right here. This is number 50 in a planned series of 50 entries between now and November, looking at each of the 50 states in terms of every race on that state's ticket--...
AdmiralNaismith 10/28/2008 25 21 1 37
Focus On...NEW HAMPSHIRE!!! (#49 in 50-diary series)
Every State. Every race. Right here. This is number 49 in a planned series of 50 entries between now and November, looking at each of the 50 states in terms of every race on that state's ticket--...
AdmiralNaismith 10/23/2008 44 26 1 56
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