Last August, the world was shocked and outraged at the tragedy that has become Alepo, Syria. However, it was the image of a dust and blood-covered Syrian boy, Omran Daqneesh, that crystallized the true cost of war.
Although Omran’s older brother Ali died of his … Read More
My friend and trainer, Steve Gordon, was all set to have an incredible trip with his two daughters to New York City for a family reunion, but misfortune steered them in another direction.
Cassandra and Jaz Gordon delivering goods to the Santa Barbara Rescue Mission… Read More
Jedi Master Dan Piraro offers this little political mockery in his weekly colorful commentaries.
courtesy Dan Piraro, Bizarro.com
With a country politically polarized to the point of protests, how in the heck are these people going to be able to sit down at the Thanksgiving … Read More
“Democracy is the only system capable of reflecting the humanist premise of equilibrium or balance. The key to its secret is the involvement of the citizen.” – John Ralston Saul
“A nuclear war cannot be won and must never be fought.” – Ronald Reagan… Read More
No, this is not the Electoral College. (Actually, it’s the Student Center at The New Hampshire Technical Institute where I spent many a happy day partaking of the luncheon cuisine while chatting with students attending the Contemporary Ethical Issues class led by Professor Stephen Ambra.)… Read More
It didn’t take long for President-elect Trump to show us the difference between what he said during his campaign and what he says now.
During the campaign, Trump called President Obama “incompetent.”
In last week’s Oval Office meeting, Trump now calls Obama, “a very … Read More
“Be careful what you wish for, lest it come true.” – old idiom
Like more than 60,981,000, I voted for former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton not because she would have been the first woman President of the United States, but given two likely choices, … Read More