Volume III March 12, 2007 Number 11
HARVARD SQUARE COMMENTARY
A Political, Social, Literary Journal
Shortly after the election of George W. Bush to the presidency, my wife and I were visiting the Reverend David Lockwood, a retired Vicar of the Church of England, and his wife...
• Let Us Now Praise Honest Men
• The Long Line
• Credit Card Scams
• Flip Flop, Flip Flop . . .
• How To Tell When
A Company Is In Trouble!
• A Living Document? - Part 5
• Journalistic Wisdom
• Where's the Money?
• Justice, Punishment, et cetera
• Fired Prosecutors
• The Innocence of Cops
Thoughts of O.Wilde, Byron, F.Reynolds, and E.Roosevelt
We received the following last week in one of those e-mails that gets forwarded again and again and thought...
I was walking across a bridge one day, and I saw a man standing on the edge, about to jump off...
The 2007 festival marks the 95th celebration of the original gift of the 3,000 cherry trees from the city of Tokyo to the people of Washington, DC in 1912...
...a sobering look at a number of disturbing aspects of big business in the United States...
Eight topics to ponder
As we glide along the stream of time, says the philosopher Imlac in Samuel Johnson's Rasselas, the objects we leave behind are always lessening...
Definitions you will not find in the normal dictionary...
• The President Who Cried Wolf
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