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Democracy in Descent

Events and decisions inhospitable to democratic standards continued this week…while justice may be blind, it needn’t be ignorant.

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My Krauthammer Experience

I’d be lying if I said Dr. Krauthammer looks happy when he arrives with his assistant, who upon getting the nod from his boss walks through a tense gauntlet of maintenance and hotel personnel, event staff and restaurant workers to test the ramp.

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“For the times they are a-changin”

Changes regarding GE, AMC and esports.

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America’s Greatest Export

While Simona never sought the “American Dream” she said that, “One day you look back and see yourself living it. I did not think I could have what I have.”

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Remembering Steely Dan’s Walter Becker

Becker and Fagin fused rock, R&B and jazz with traditional pop to create a singular sound that continues to engage and enliven.

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How to Help Houston

If any U.S. city possesses the capacity to swiftly recover from a calamity of this proportion, it is Houston.

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Time to Change Lee High School’s Name

The tragic events of Charlottesville visibly expose how American Nazis and white supremacists utilize monuments and symbols of the Confederacy to further their objectives of ethnic and religious dehumanization.

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Trump is no Marcel Marceau

Trump is such a terrible negotiator that he couldn’t negotiate his way out of a pantomime box.

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‘talkin ’bout my generation?

Are you now or have you ever been a member of the “Aspirational Class” or the “iGen”?  Regardless, I suggest taking a look at two recent articles that discuss generational identity. The first, The New […]

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The New Calamity

“Give me your tired, Your poor, Your huddled masses And in exchange we’ll give you Stephen Miller.”

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