Monthly Archives: June 2018

Civility

Yesterday, I penned a brief missive on my Facebook page regarding pleas for civility in the political world. I’m not sure I said everything I wanted to in that initial post, so I’m going to spit out a quick follow-up. … Continue reading

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Hiking Report – Dog Mountain

And now for something completely different… The world of politics, diplomacy, refugees, and climate change isn’t going away. But, once in a while, a vacation is helpful. This is going to be the start of what I hope to become … Continue reading

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Political Hostages in Texas

When I discuss current events, I do my best to do so in a logical, fact-based way. It’s important to make sure the truth is told. Emotions can cloud that truth. Getting angry about a situation frequently leads to overreaction … Continue reading

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