Personal notes, for those few times I am not posting about politics and education.
I promised that my posts would be shorter, more to the point, more interesting. Here we go. Way back sometime after the Reform Acts in the early 1800s, the people of the United Kingdom came to expect that all free men would get a vote, in a riding, and that the person with the most votes would be elected to represent that riding in Parliament. Sleeping yet? Eyes drooping? Reaching for the channel changer? No, – read more –