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Pain and depression: What came first?

Recently, I was talking with a friend about the challenges that come with living with depression and chronic pain. I was mentioning how both have been a life-long struggle for me and how I was curious about what kind of […]

Pain and depression: What came first?

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Recently, I was talking with a friend about the challenges that come with living with depression and chronic pain. I was mentioning how both have been a life-long struggle for me and how I was curious about what kind of […]

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Heavenly cruise day 4: Halloween at sea

Last night we eased our way out of the port of Ensenada and headed out to the vast blue Pacific Ocean. One of the many delights of every cruise

Death penalty horror: Stark disparities in media and activist attention

On November 12, intrepid abolitionist Sister Helen Prejean tweeted to her legions of followers: “What do Sen. Ted Cruz, Gigi Hadid, Kim Kardashian, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, and me all

Heavenly Cruise: Day 3 Ensenada, Mexico 

After a full and very fun day on Catalina Island it was time to get back aboard the beautiful Carnival Cruise ship Inspiration and begin our journey south crossing

Alabama’s contract to gas humans to death is shrouded in sick secrecy

For $25,000, Alabama’s Attorney General Steve Marshall has contracted with Tennessee company “FDR Safety,” to assist Alabama in developing a barbaric new protocol – to execute its death row prisoners, whom

Heavenly Catalina cruise, Part 2

As we began our 26-mile journey to not so far off Catalina, California we were treated to a magnificent sunset on the Pacific Ocean. Beyond that spectacular vision there

Catalina by a heavenly cruise

We were rapidly approaching our 35th wedding anniversary —and I wanted to make it very special for my beautiful wife and even for me so I immediately thought, “We

Dear Jim: Letters from the underbelly of society

Lots of fan mail this month. Dear Jim, It seems like more and more states want to do away with daylight savings. It doesn’t seem to make sense to me for

Travel: The must-see destinations of Monument Valley and the real Hollywood

A major benefit in diverse travel is the ability to see many unique sights often rich in history and also the opportunity to meet many fascinating people. Monument Valley,

Moore Random thoughts again

Father of the Bride: In my parents’ day, young men, often still teens, met young women, courted briefly, married, and then went off to war. In my day, we went

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