William Essex

Either the Constitution is unambiguous, or it’s not useful. Either the Supreme Court produces judgements that stand the test of time, or it’s not helping. If a Constitutional Right can be made illegal instantly, what does that tell us about the land of the free?

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Week or two back, I wrote a piece about the strange echoes of a previous war in this one. Scroll down if you’re interested; it’s here somewhere.

This morning, reading about the fighting inside the steelworks at Mariupol, I’m not thinking about the fighting inside the grain elevator at Stalingrad…

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William Essex

William Essex

Writer, editor, publisher, Creative Director (seriously) at Climbing Tree Books (dot net). All views are my own. Mostly.