The current article is…

Is the United States Still a Republic?

Current articles in my other weblogs:

October Musings in Stockholm, 2016 [Poetic Musings]

Brahms’ Requiem: All Flesh is as Grass [Exploring the nexus of the rational and non-rational]

The Unalloyed Grit of James Ellroy [Discussions on fiction and writers of fiction]

Cutting Grass [Short writings, including those of other contributors]

Personal and Family-oriented Weblogs:

The World Changed [Musings on Age and Aging]

A Transcendent Experience [Experiences of an American expatriate in Sweden]

Ancient Family History [Relatives and ancestors]

4 thoughts on “The current article is…

  1. Hi Ron – Sarah Brote (American friend now living in Stockholm with her family) recently alerted me to your blog(s). After reviewing your areas of interest and some of the postings, I see we have some common interests, in healthcare policy and genealogical items of interest. I am an Infectious Diseases physician, retired last year after a career in academic medicine and pharmaceutic research. I registered my email with your blogsite, and would like to be in touch from time to time on topics of mutual interest. – Nat Brown MD; Moraga, CA (East Bay, SF area)


    • Hello Nat,
      I’m happy to be in touch with you. I lived on Skyline Boulevard in Oakland (1984-88), near a road that dipped eastward over the hills into Moraga. Lovely area. I’ll contact you by email. Best wishes, Ron


  2. Hi Ron, Long, long ago in a galaxy far, far . . . . Wait! Wrong text! Joseph Davis here. Remember? We met in Homer when you were the hospital administrator. You kindly lent me a white cardboard box, I’m guessing an old reel to reel tape box, with 4 audio cassette about Gurdjieff. I am having them copied to MP3. Would you like a dropbox link to the files when I am finished? I’d be happy to send the tapes back as well, if you like. After all, what’s 20 years between friends! Well, give a shout when you get back to Alaska. My wife and I live in Glacierview, Alaska. It is in front of the Matanuska Glacier on the Glenn at mile 100. If you do get up this way, and it seems you travel north by your blogs, give a shout ahead and let’s visit. Now for me to explore all your writings! I, btw, have written one book, working on second. Good Wishes, Joseph (


    • What a nice surprise to hear from you, Joseph. I see from your company’s website you have been doing a lot of good stuff in Alaska since we met in Homer in the early 1990s. I’ll respond more fully via email…


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