April 2013

The Boy Scouts

This is a story about discrimination and the possibility of change.

Next month, the National Council of The Boy Scouts of America will vote on an issue that has deeply divided the Scouts for decades.

The Scouts announced early this month, a split-the-baby approach allowing … Read More


I’ve written before how, in an effort to be first, some journalists will report on a story without thoroughly checking a number of source points. However, when the story is reported live, in the middle of an ongoing crisis, the consequences to one’s credibility … Read More

Rule 26

Did you hear about Tiger’s predicament at this year’s Masters?

After physical and marital troubles the past few years, Tiger Woods has not only reclaimed the number one spot in golf, but appeared on his way to win his 6th Masters earlier this month until… … Read More

What We Learned

Last week taught us a lot.

We learned that in spite of increased security measures since 9/11, we are still vulnerable to attacks from individuals bent on changing our way of life.

We learned that intelligent, seemingly normal teens growing up in a country that … Read More

Sticking to Their Guns

Here’s the fundamental, unequivocal position by the National Rifle Association on any form of gun legislation – NO.

NO – to a provision that would renew and strengthen a ban on assault weapons.

NO – to limit magazines to 10 rounds.

NO – to making … Read More

Who We Are

They were also there in Newtown, Oklahoma City and in New York City on 9/11.

They’re police, firemen, paramedics, doctors, nurses, friends, neighbors – hundreds of typically anonymous bystanders who happen to be in the area during a tragedy like the one we faced Monday … Read More

April 15, 1947

I wasn’t born when Jackie Robinson first stepped onto a major league baseball field on this day sixty-six years ago, breaking the color barrier. Growing up, for the most part, in Southern California, I was already accustomed to integration. It was a given.

From the … Read More