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by | Dec 27, 2020

The theological banter with Giovanni was not on Christmas Eve but on the day before. Christmas Eve this year in…

by | Dec 12, 2020

Friday An astonishing night. I’m in D.C. at my apartment at the Watergate. This afternoon Bob, my pal and driver,…

by | Nov 16, 2020

In June 2020, a two-block section of 16th Street where it meets H Street (NW) at the north end of the…

by | Nov 2, 2020

There are only hours to go before election day, and businesses in most major cities are boarding up in expectation…

by | May 15, 2020

You hit the wall, bam, curtains. It is a grim picture, and it has been waking me up every morning…

by | Jun 28, 2018

Thirty years after the end of his presidency, D.C. is still hard at work proving Reagan’s “Reaganisms” true. Last week…

by | Jun 7, 2018

Another day, another restaurant with black-and-green “Save Our Tips” signs plastered all over. It’s become a common experience for me…

by | May 17, 2018

D.C. appears set to shoot down—barely—a proposal to replace the tip credit for restaurant servers with a standard minimum wage….

by | Aug 8, 2017

Who weeps, who languishes, who darts anxious glances at the clock just about the time Congress goes on vacation? The…

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