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The Dying of the Dream

It will take many generations to undo the damage done by the Trump administration, clearly the worst in American history. But the dying of the American Dream didn’t start with Donald Trump. It began with Richard Nixon, and it came … Continue reading

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Is Donald Trump Nuts?

An article in The Atlantic poses the question “Is There Something Neurologically Wrong With Donald Trump?” The article plays it a bit coy and throws in the usual qualifiers, but the answer is obvious in this excerpt: “Though it is … Continue reading

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Lost in Translation

A recent White House ceremony intended to honor the few remaining Navajo code talkers who played a pivotal, and perhaps decisive, role in helping us win the war in the Pacific was despoiled by Donald Trump using the occasion to … Continue reading

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For Dad

Today is Father’s Day, and I’m thinking about my dad, who passed away more than a decade ago. That seems to happen a lot of late. I’m not much of a mystic, but Dad and I seem to communicate more … Continue reading

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High Nunes

In the classic movie “High Noon”, actor Gary Cooper played Will Kane, the quiet sheriff of a small town, who fearlessly stands up to the bad guys, even after cowardly town-folk abandon him. Congressman Devin Nunes is no Will Kane; he’s more like the cowardly town-folk who refuse to stand up to the bad guys. Continue reading

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Buddha Blinked

I was there at the creation, but I nodded off to sleep It was only for an instant, but my deepest demons leaped From the dreams I dare not tell you, for you would not understand And in that awful … Continue reading

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