I don’t have a particularly effective system for disseminating my blogs, and I’m too busy to invest the time in improving it. As a result, unfortunately, a lot of the things I write aren’t seen by as many people as I would like. So, particularly on policy topics, why do I bother?
Some 65 years after his death at the age of 43, we have, basically, no record of what our father thought, felt, believed, and experienced. The reason why is complicated and not really important here; but I am determined that my descendants will know what I thought, experienced, and observed.
So . . . even if I don’t change one vote, the articles in this blog will provide that record.