Archive for May 2018

ACLU/ Common Sense/ Tolerance/ Law and order

When the American Civil Liberties Union was founded in 1920 by Helen Keller, Jane Addams, Roger Baldwin, Felix Frankfurter and six other prominent Americans, it’s stated mission was to defend and preserve the individual rights and liberties guaranteed to every person in this country by the Constitution and laws of the United States.  I would... Read more »


I just recently read what I consider the best opinion piece so far on America’s  reaction to yet again, another mass shooting, this time in a Santa Fe, Texas high school.  Shamefully, we are starting to lose track of some of the locations and the dates.   The opinion piece was written by a local columnist... Read more »

America/ Enough is Enough/Paralyzed by School Shootings

It’s a sad fact that it seems the United States of America is paralyzed with political indecision over what to do about active shooters in our nation’s schools. The great outcry after the Parkland High School massacre seemed to me that a great awakening was finally going to be that “enough is enough” moment that... Read more »

The Golden years/The Late innings/Maddux/Seneca/Browning/Dr Seuss Sums up the "GOLDEN YEARS"

A few years back I wrote this on aging. I since have added Dr. Seuss to the mix. If your curious and so far you seem to be, you may be thinking what the hell do Greg Maddux, Seneca, and Robert Browning, and Dr. Suess have to do with the “Golden Years”? Well in the... Read more »