Right Angles


I rather tremble as I write this, because I don’t want to be the target of the verbal assault I’m afraid I might get in response. But here goes: Yesterday, I quoted Jesus, “What out for false prophets. They come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ferocious wolves,” and I’ve been asked, “What were you thinking? Who did you have in mind?” My first thought is to say that… Read More

Arts and entrepreneurship. Few of us think of artists as entrepreneurs or of economic capitalism as art-friendly. Jeffrey Tucker, who hints that he just might be a bit of an art snob, (“Dancing to me means ballet. Popular fiction I find insulting in every way. Kids, in my view, should spend their time mastering piano rather than gaming on computers.”) says that may be a false dichotomy. To illustrate his point, Tucker… Read More