False Modesty

I’m a recent college grad living and working in the DC area. I like drinking beer, coaching my alma mater’s policy debate team, and writing, though I’m no good at the last two. My ambition is to live a life of indolence on a rich relative’s dime (think Great Expectations).

I claim no special qualifications or insights. I just like to write about politics and policy.

Feel free to e-mail me at williamf.collins@gmail.com


One response to “False Modesty

  1. Kaiser Blakemore

    Choose a side, we’re at war! Was it Teddy Roosevelt who said, even if wrong, it’s better to dare greatly than to find yourself among “those cold and timid souls who know neither victory nor defeat”? This reminds me of the story of the King who asked his adviser how to make the enemy like him…

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