More on Maine’s Vaccination Referendum

I received my absentee ballot in the mail yesterday. Imagine my surprise on finding a referendum question, not about sticking it to big pharma, or about the sacred principle of bodily autonomy, but about routine vaccination requirements for people choosing to attend public schools or seek employment in certain settings. It’s almost as if theContinue reading “More on Maine’s Vaccination Referendum”

The Choice, As If It Matters

Maine’s presidential primary is about a month away. If she’s still in the race by then, which seems reasonably likely, I’m going to be voting for Elizabeth Warren. The first thing that needs to be said is that in this disastrous political moment, the conventional process of selecting a candidate is barely relevant. This postContinue reading “The Choice, As If It Matters”