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If you don't agree with this statement - equal pay for equal work - please use the email below to tell write and me why. I'm serious ... if you don't believe that women deserve the same pay that … more
Boy, what a week it’s been. The back and forth, the rallying to the banners, the passionate opinions offered on both sides … THIS is what America is supposed to be. Or, well this is what American football inspires, anyway. What? You thought I … more
When I sat down to write about Charlottesville last week, I found that I had no words, which doesn’t happen very often for me. Perhaps it’s more accurate to say, though, that I had too words, too many jumbled phrases, too many tumbled emotions. … more
A surge of creativity is a common side effect for people with Parkinson’s disease. For Margie, a Covenant Village of Colorado resident, this newfound artistic inspiration was an “unexpected blessing.” “I didn’t know when I was diagnosed … more
As part of my effort to nourish my political soul this summer, I'm diving deep into immigration, both legal and otherwise. Thanks to those of you who've sent your thoughts and showered me with links … more
Let me just start this column by saying this is not the column I thought I was going to be writing this week. In fact, I even have a very nice little fluffy column half-written sitting on my … more
I travel not to go anywhere, but to go. I travel for travel's sake. The great affair is to move." -Robert Louis Stevenson My wife and I recently went on vacation to Cancun, Mexico, and, let me … more
How's your level of trust these days? I ask because "trust" is my word for 2017. Perhaps you know that in lieu of making New Year's resolutions, I choose a word as a focus for the coming year. At … more
If you play poker long enough, sooner or later you will have to show your hand. That’s what I learned recently when I went to Las Vegas for the World Series of Poker. No, I didn’t play in the WSOP, but my friend John had earned a seat through … more
I recently read an article by David French in which he postulated that our country is headed for something akin to a divorce. And some of the numbers he cites are astonishing. In 1992, only about 30 percent of the country lived in a “landslide” … more
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