November 25, 2017

The sacrifices of the military are lost on most Americans. It has become customary to thank those serving in the military for their service. What are we thanking them for?

The military is war weary. Deployments are more frequent and conflicts seem interminable—now decad...

November 23, 2017

Gone are our real life heroes. It’s time for some make-believe ones. Storytelling cultural creatives must come to the rescue.

We are living through a necessary national catharsis of sexual misbehavior. I presume that the reality is far worse than is being reported. But...

November 20, 2017

When people see me smoking my pipe, they often mutter, “You’re kind of ‘old school.’” I always reply with a twinkle in my eye, “It depends on what one is smoking in the pipe!”

Pipe smoking is experiencing resurgence, mainly because of millennial males, who worry about t...

November 12, 2017

There are two ways to talk about a window. We can talk about its construction as is typical of an Anderson Replacement commercial. Or we can talk about it as a portal in a home that allows one to see unexpected vistas. New Copernicans see windows as more than a commodi...

November 7, 2017

There are many people who are not comfortable with witches. I don’t mean “Halloween witches” or “witches-as-metaphor,” but real witches who believe in curses, hexes, and jinxes. They are the last of our neighbors we might bring home to dinner. Not so New Copernicans. T...

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