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Trump asking for a wall of trouble

Lately I have been thinking about Trump’s wall. While I understand why many want to see it built, I also understand why it is opposed. The two camps have sharply and clearly defined differences, but what I am struck by […]

Trump asking for a wall of trouble

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Lately I have been thinking about Trump’s wall. While I understand why many want to see it built, I also understand why it is opposed. The two camps have sharply and clearly defined differences, but what I am struck by […]

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Should qualifications for president be stronger?

All in all there have been fourteen Presidents of the United States who have never served in the military. Most recently that list includes Franklin D. Roosevelt who served

Reality eclipsed by the moon

I was just picking up the pieces of my life after a horrible bout of Y2K Virus when everyone started screaming about the next apocalypse, or was it eclipse?

Vietnam: Memories are made of this, or maybe not

How collective memory is formed, and the crucial influence it exercises on the way a people orient themselves toward the world, is the subject of a fascinating new book

Trump is the most dishonest president in history and it’s ruining the nation

There's an old joke about a husband who wakes up every morning and says to his wife, “I want to apologize in advance for everything I do wrong today.”

Body shaming in the age of selfies

Apparently we have finally drawn a line no one is allowed to cross. We can pretty much post, tweet, or say anything we want without consequence until we make

Gov. Terry McAuliffe do the right thing

Hey Gov. McAuliffe: A Democratic standard-bearer would grant Morva mercy In 2017, The Times They Are A-Changin’ is more than just a prophetic Bob Dylan song (and album) riffing on social change,

Opinion: Stephen K. Bannon’s Ugly Truth

We, the media, have been dubbed "the opposition party" and told to keep our mouths shut by Stephen K. Bannon, chief strategist to President Trump. What does Bannon, co-founder of

Portland MAX attack heroes resisted hatred

When you think of Portland, OR you probably think of a peaceful haven for hipsters, with craft beer and vegan restaurants, man buns and vape shops. Until this year,

Opinion: Hitler should have gotten life without parole

In a blood-thirsty column clamoring for faster executions in the United States, John Steele Gordon, a writer specializing in financial and business history, asserts: “Had Hitler been captured alive, would anyone

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