Discernment and Judgement

Madeleine Albright has a new book out, Fascism: A Warning  I learned of it when she made an appearance on…

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March For Our Lives – My Thoughts

First, I am so impressed with the leadership provided by the Parkland students, especially Emma Gonzalez.  The attempts by gun…

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Civil Rights To Human Rights

Can you believe our government viewed Dr. King’s March on Washington as the potential “sacking” of Washington by Blacks as…

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Addressing Bias and Inaction – Vote

The things you most dislike in other people are often the things you are denying in yourself. Needing to denigrate…

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United States Is the New Russia

After WWII, the world joined together to limit Russian expansion and influence.  NATO and the United Nations worked together with…

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Tact and Civility or Revolution

At a recent knitting group meeting, one of our members told a tale of trying to teach an elderly (94-year-old)…

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Needs No Interpretation

I was browsing the Facebook pages of some former and current associates and following some of those links through to…

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Running While Black (Michael Bennett)

The Las Vegas Police Union Goes in the Gutter to Attack Michael Bennett:  The Las Vegas Police Protective Association’s letter to…

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Counter Protests Also Protected!

Protests often draw counter protests.  I believe that the worst violence occurs when police focus solely on protecting the free…

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