Gadfly’s been off his game, off his beat the last day or two or three.
Maybe you’ve noticed.
Finding it almost impossible to focus on his little town of Bethlehem, his Norman Rockwell small town.
National doings of a momentous sort.
Like a toxic dust cloud approaching.
Perhaps — retired as he is — it’s harder for Gadfly to resist being locked in to the evolving news cycle than many of you.
Putting other life aside.
Gadfly has tried to avoid divisive national politics, focusing instead in these pages on local concerns where good conversation among people who, in a sense, know each other might help build community.
Focusing where we have more control, more ability to do tangible good of benefit to us all.
But we can’t ignore the toxic dust cloud approaching.
Gadfly sees his followers as thoughtful people who pay attention and make up their own minds.
And in Gadville we always go to the primary sources:
Gadfly hopes you will take the time . . .