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June letters to Jim: Coronavirus and demonstrations across America

Wow!  There is a lot going on and the mail this month is filled with questions and concerns about a variety of issues. Dear Jim, It appears as though the nation is going to move ahead and open up more […]

June letters to Jim: Coronavirus and demonstrations across America

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Wow!  There is a lot going on and the mail this month is filled with questions and concerns about a variety of issues. Dear Jim, It appears as though the nation is going to move ahead and open up more […]

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One man’s service: A powerful story Part 2

A few days later he was finally released from the hospital and was able to go home to Chicago for a brief visit before continuing on to Camp Pendleton,

One man’s service: A powerful story

We recently celebrated our annual Memorial Day. a day to honor the many men and women who sacrificed their lives while serving in the United States military. Many Americans

COVID-19: Challenges of the New Normal

Sports played in big stadiums without fans. For a lifelong fan of most everything sports related, this is like having sex in a wonderful bed by yourself.  It can

Federal government dishonors Navajo with death penalty

Amidst the coronavirus devastation, it’s important not to overlook the fact that, at the end of April, two federal appellate judges called out the U.S. government for continuing to

COVID-19: Just like that it was over

Trump was right. He told us months ago that somehow a day would come along and this virus would just disappear and what do you know? It’s gone. Another

May letters to Jim: Social distancing and the disappearance of sports

April showers bring May openings of economies. While most of us have been holed up in our homes trying to flatten the curve, I have been busy combing through

Kingston Reasoning with legendary guitarist Earl “Chinna” Smith Pt. 1

Back in early March, before “social distancing” and travel restrictions became the norm, before in many ways literally and figuratively (except online, at home, and in our hearts), the

Dr. Trump and other COVID thoughts

Our maskless leader wants us to think of him as a wartime president while he tackles the coronavirus epidemic. However, there is a big difference between being a wartime

Earth Day 2020: Happy Now

Happy Earth Day

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