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Technicolor Gamut of Electoral Emotions

November 13, 2016


What angers me most is that nothing has changed in 50 years. The bigotry of then is still alive and well, and now feels like it can crawl out from underneath rocks. It's no surprise that the KKK, white supremacists, etc. have endorsed our president-elect. It's not enough for him to reject the endorsements because the endorsements speak volumes. If you don't want the endorsements, then stop promoting what these groups find acceptable.

Grist for the Mill

February 26, 2012


Our fates as individuals rest in being able to make decisions that will enrich our lives (not just necessarily monetarily) but that will also sustain the advancement of human culture

Liable for Libel

January 13, 2011


My working definition of libel is: "A published account that is untrue and does harm to a person (or entity)."

No River Wide Enough

June 3, 2010


There's a lot of flack these days about Arizona's new law on illegal immigration. While it certainly deserves any negative responses it garners, a couple of things are getting lost in the rhetoric.

Mind Your P’s & C’s

April 25, 2010


I've always viewed the political dialectic as one where Progressives were never satisfied with the way things are, but viewed we could move society to something better. Conservatives, in my view, were the ones who tempered the vision of Progressives...