Monthly Archives: November 2012

An interview with Water Wranglers author George Sibley

“It is hard to make people who believe they have been doing God’s work feel guilty, just because the cultural definition of God’s work has shifted,” says George Sibley,author of the new book Water Wranglers. The book looks at the politics and policies governing development of water in the :Colorado River headwaters during the last 75 years. Continue reading

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Reflections upon the Passing of George McGovern

George McGovern, who got my first presidential vote, died recently, and that got me to thinking about Hunter Thompson. Hunter Thompson never met me and probably never knew my name. But he influenced me greatly, and in in a perverse twist, I have always felt that I did something that influenced his decision about when to commit suicide. Continue reading

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