My latest favorite subject is the new George Clooney movie.
My favorite part is the end. My second-favorite part is the opening cover of Woody Guthrie’s “This Land is Your Land.”
In his jumbled essay about ‘Up in the Air,’ George Will refers to this song as a “hymn to Depression-era radicalism.”
So let’s clear the air here: I am a conservative.
T.S. Eliot said it all: “I am Anglo-Catholic in religion, classicist in literature, and royalist in politics.”
Your humble servant is as conservative as Edmund Burke could ever want a man to be.
BUT: When it comes to taking walks, I believe in the universal destination of goods.
I have been known to walk past “No Trespassing” signs myself.
When all you are doing is gazing up, the world belongs to you.