CRACKLING IN OUR AIR

In blogging here, I’ve generally tried to steer clear of current events, as in political and economic news. Even my reflections on the weather have been, I hope, along a larger or more timeless horizon than mere day-to-day changes. Think of watching the grass grow.

But I do live in New Hampshire, and the campaigns for the November 8, 2016, presidential election are already generating daily front-page headlines here. Remember, that’s nearly a year-and-a-half away.

The primary is tentatively set for February 9, but that could move up, depending. We hate when it clashes with Christmas.

The point is, politics is already crackling in our air. How can I possibly avoid it?

3 thoughts on “CRACKLING IN OUR AIR

  1. You can’t avoid it. Unfortunately. But I will avidly pay attention to New Hampshire and Iowa. I could avoid it, but for me, politics is vastly entertaining.

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