Conspiracies are fun to contemplate, more for some than others. I am not obsessed. As I see it, a conspiracy is merely a secret enterprise. Though maybe that needs to be a little more selective: an enterprise kept secret because illegal or disreputable. Be that as it may, I have only been associated (if usually in small roles) with public enterprises — where the publicity is integral to success — than to engage in shady dealings in back rooms.

Though like anyone I have private affairs, and I fully acknowledge that some of a public business’s biz is not everybody’s bIzzy.

All this apropos of what? One candidacy in this election that, though legal, can hardly be considered reputable: the presidential candidacy of Evan McMullin.

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