Month: April 2021

A CORE PROBLEM

“Our values are the same. We disagree on policy, but we don’t disagree on humanity, we don’t disagree about love and compassion. I think that’s true for all of us — it’s just that we get lost in our fear of… Read More ›

A QUESTION ON NUANCE

“A good intention, with a bad approach, often leads to a poor result.” ― Thomas Edison   “When are you getting your vaccination shot?” My wife asked early last week. “I don’t know. Sometime soon.” “Why haven’t you already gotten… Read More ›

TOWARDS A MORE PERFECT UNION

“The American Republic will endure until the day Congress discovers that it can bribe the public with the public’s money.” ― Alexis de Tocqueville   These days I perpetually find myself questioning which will prove more destructive to America, the… Read More ›

IGNORANCE OR INTENTION

“A true opium of the people is a belief in nothingness after death – the huge solace of thinking that for our betrayals, greed, cowardice, murders we are not going to be judged.” ― Czeslaw Milosz   Most people enter… Read More ›