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Taxation and Representation?

by Peter Rodman

What if a simple change would allow the individual taxpayer to influence the US government at the highest level while blunting the influence of the wealthy, the political action committees, and multinational...

Edward Snowden and The Emperor's Real Clothes

by Peter Rodman

Is it treason to betray a subversive organization? How much patriotism is needed to offset a conscience? Two pounds? Eleven miles?

When a Barbarian Insults a Barbarian: The Charlie Hebdo Farce

by Peter Rodman

Why does the world persist in making heroes of the crude and violent?

Of Suicide

by Peter Rodman

Is a person's decision to kill himself always wrong? Is his thinking irrational? Who has the right to stop him? This essay is a continuation of David Hume's "Of Suicide." A modern-language translation of that...

En Plein Air

by Peter Rodman

Sometimes the most frightening things happen in broad daylight--in your own head.



Time it was,

by Peter Rodman

Two suicidal people try to keep each other from killing themselves. Actually, it's a bit more complicated than that. Not suitable for children under seven. Contains vulgar language and incidents resembling sexual...

Comments (226 comments)

Commented on Food Chain Blues

SardoWeems (8 books)
Sat, 12 Mar 2016 06:44:47 +0100

Everything evolves, even machines. And eventually any organism evolves enough to set out on its own.
The story is a nice warning from a concerned sack of chemicals.

Commented on Punishment

SardoWeems (8 books)
Sat, 27 Feb 2016 07:03:55 +0100

A tour bus cuts off a trucker one night, and she radios her friends to come and help her punish the driver. And the passengers.
I can't say I found any errors in the text, but the set-up and location of the road where the story happens was a bit sketchy. Trying to fill in the scene pulled me out of the story.