Classic rhetoric trumps ranting

The often-controversial physicist Gregory Cochran offers an original and highly plausible unified-field theory to explain the bizarre behavior of the Bush administration. His articulate analysis, in the April 9 issue of the The American Conservative online, is a refreshing change from the ranting and smug bombast that characterizes so much political discussion these days. I urge anyone who writes to advance political arguments to read this piece and to think about why it’s such effective communication.

I’ll think back on this article every time I hear Bush, Cheney, or Rice speak. I used to wonder “What the bleep could they be thinking of?” Now I know.

(Thanks to Mystical Forest for turning me on to the Cochran piece.)

Author: Karen Anderson

To paraphrase Mark Morris, "I'm a writer; I write!"

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