Monthly Archives: April 2015

Tragedy upon Tragedy

No one deserves to be shot in the back. What happened to Walter L. Scott was a tragedy. It was the last tragedy upon tragedy that occurred in his life. As a young man, he fathered two children out of … Continue reading

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Under Milk Wood: : An Adaptation

Yesterday I attended an adaptation of Dylan Thomas’ radio play, Under Milk Wood at a community college. The adaptation and the direction were done by the head of the Visual and Performing Arts Chairperson who doubles as the creator and … Continue reading

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The Disappearing Middle Class

The other day the New York Times ran an article that said that the middle class in America can not be defined as it was in the mid 20th Century. Middle class then meant that a family could look forward … Continue reading

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Hope

This past week which Christians call Holy Week and Jews prepare for Passover, the world has reason to hope. A nuclear agreement has been reached between Iran and the Western world. It is not a perfect agreement, but it demonstrates … Continue reading

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