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Mack Payne: It all started in Vietnam

Sometimes in life utterly unexpected events occur with profound and happy impact.  Such an event recently happened to me when one day I was contacted by Mack Payne from Florida. As we talked I discovered the he had recently read […]

Mack Payne: It all started in Vietnam

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Sometimes in life utterly unexpected events occur with profound and happy impact.  Such an event recently happened to me when one day I was contacted by Mack Payne from Florida. As we talked I discovered the he had recently read […]

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Play ball, sort of: Sports are back in a COVID-19 world

Now that baseball, basketball, soccer, hockey and football are all set to return, Las Vegas can start taking over/under bets on how long before their seasons come to a

July letters to Jim: Will it get any worse?

We are halfway through the year and unless you have access to some marvelous hallucinogens, you probably can’t wait for the second half to end. Let’s take a look

One man’s service in Vietnam, Part 3

Part 1 —  Part 2 His arrival in Vietnam was utterly unlike anything this brave young Marine had ever before experienced. After disembarking the aircraft in DaNang, South Vietnam  the

Greg Lindberg Makes $1 Million Donation To Fight Mass Incarceration, Over-Criminalization, And Racial Injustice 

“People have taken to the streets nationwide to air their frustration with a system that is stacked against them,” says Greg Lindberg, the founder of Global Growth, a group

Juneteenth Day is a celebration and a call to bend that moral arc once again

In his Juneteenth Day proclamation, California Governor Gavin Newsom started with a little history about why June 19 is credited as “Juneteenth Day.” The place where Union General Gordon

What? Me delusional?

Who needs a pandemic response team when we can just ignore

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Self-Care Key to Sound Mental Health During COVID-19

Several months worth of dire COVID-19 news and pandemic-ordered isolation, followed by protests in the streets and uncertain prognostications, have left many people grappling with apprehension, loneliness and despair.

Lee and Thompson introduce bill to remove Confederate statues from the U.S. Capitol

Washington, D.C. – Today, Congresswoman Barbara Lee (D-CA), and Congressman Bennie Thompson (D-MS) introduced a bill to remove Confederate statues from the U.S. Capitol. The bill, the Confederate Monument

Justice in Policing Act of 2020

Washington, D.C. – Today, Congressional Black Caucus Chair Karen Bass (D-CA), Senators Corey Booker (D-NJ) and Kamala Harris (D-CA), and House Judiciary Committee Chair Jerrold Nadler (D-NY) introduced the Justice

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