More than stomachs that need to be filled, or personalities that need to be affirmed, there is a right and proper hunger that makes us all human and that demands to be satisfied. In the midst of packed schedules and … More>
Posts by Andrew Mitchell
Five score and two years ago, Robert Frost wrote “Mending Wall,” a poem seeking to extract wisdom from stony New England soil. It begins: “Something there is that doesn’t love a wall.” While he didn’t have Donald Trump’s campaign rhetoric … More>
It’s the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta, causing thoughtful Americans who care deeply about scutage, darrein presentment, or the standard width of haberject, to raise their voices in loud acclamation.
The rest of us, however, are left … More>