Monthly Archives: October 2016

The Republican Candidate

Mr. Trump,   Prior to the 1962 election of John Kennedy, rumblings from the conservative far right and from many Evangelicals was that the election of Mr. Kennedy would give the US a president who through his religion, had allegiance … Continue reading

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Dear Mrs. Clinton

Dear Mrs. Clinton,   As a young woman working for the rights of children on your own and with Marion Wright Adelman, I was impressed with your dedication to public service. Not being a dedicated political watcher, I have only … Continue reading

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Mourning a Child in Colonial Times

On a perfect fall Saturday, a friend and I attended a Fall Festival held in an historic local town. Tents for vendors and local religious and civic associations were set up along the main street. Although the main street was … Continue reading

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What’s Funny about It

Normally, I do not watch stand-up comedy television shows produced by cable channels. In my experience, cable comedy uses more four letter words than the “boys in the hood” in the name of humor. Neither the routines nor the four … Continue reading

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