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#9: "Belters", My Asteroid (Jan 2019)
The wandering miners of the asteroid belt has become such a science-fiction trope that The Expanse casually steals Larry Niven's "Belters" from the 1970s because everybody already knows it. But the whole idea is ridiculous. NASA's next mission is already going to one place with more metal than we can think what to do with.
#8:Carbon Wars: Fight smarter, not harder. (Mar 2018)
In which I defend the rest of the oil, at least from protest signs.
#7:Quit Picking on the Tar Sands (Mar 2018)
In which I defend the Dirtiest Oil In The World. Sort of defend.
#6:The Eleven Commandments of Roy Moore (Nov 2017)
No, seriously. Click on the link to count all eleven on his Rock.
#5: American Evangelicals in Black and White (Nov 2017)
Continuing with my efforts to be hated by Americans, I criticize their most devout Church People.
#4: It Takes a Global Village to Raise a Starship (Oct 2017)
The challenges of star travel are so large that it won't happen without the whole species working on it. For generations. Peacefully. Sorry if that ruins all your fun SF.
#3: SF That Dares Not Predict (Oct 2017)
SF writers are bold about predicting new physical sciences, but not new forms of social rules. Why is every starship on TV crewed by the British Navy?
#2: Not Paying Attention to Middle America? If Only. (Oct 2017)
Having "broken up" with America in post #1, I'm free to get on with serious "America Hating". Which this will surely be, to some people: Nobody has had more attention paid to them than America between the Coasts. The notion that they've been neglected is hilarious.
#1: Breaking Up With America (Sept 2017)
The core of this was written the day after Trump was elected and is pure angry rant - not at Trump, at the whole nation that elected him. America, I'm over you.