Recommended reading

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Hear ye, hear ye, it is time for the weekly roundup of blog posts. It is Saturday morning and all is well.

It’s not as morbid as it seems, Moni Smith says, to remember that we’re all going to die. Remembering it frequently can really help us feel less stressed out by our lives today, and make better choices. Read No one here gets out alive

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Aaron Renn on why Columbus, Ohio, has it going on in ways that similarly sized Midwestern cities such as Indianapolis or Kansas City or Minneapolis can only dream of. Read Columbus, Ohio’s Structural Advantages

By the way: the photo in this post is from inside a coffee shop in the Short North in Columbus.

Considering the upcoming (and probably bumpy) confirmation hearings for Supreme Court Justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh, Jim Cavanaugh reminds us that bumpy confirmations are nothing new. The most famous was certainly Robert Bork’s, but he reminds us of another one we may have forgotten, that of William Harvey, a former Dean of the School of Law at Indiana University in Indianapolis. Read William F. Harvey – The Original Borking?

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5 responses to “Recommended reading”

  1. bettyinparis Avatar

    I was up so early this morning that I had to wait for the Saturday post! LOL. Thanks Jim, hope you and yours have a great day!!

    1. Jim Grey Avatar

      These go live at 5 am Eastern time — you had to be up mighty early! Thanks for saying hello.

  2. Moni Avatar

    I so honored to be a Saturday Recommended Read! Thanks Jim!

    1. Jim Grey Avatar

      Your post came at a great time for me, when life stresses were making me crabby as hell and making my family want to give me a wide berth. Thank you so much for writing it.

      1. Moni Avatar

        I’m so glad you found it helpful!

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