Tag Archives: Elie Wiesel

Protest Injustice? Us?

Tweet Okay, let’s step back and reassess.  We have heard way too much divisive talk about deporting and building walls and keeping people in their place and baskets of deplorables.   Part of our problem in this country is that all … Continue reading

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Lest We Forget

Tweet Elie Wiesel died last month. Remember him?  The Jewish man thrown into the Buchenwald concentration camp when he was but a boy of fifteen?  Number A-7713?  Even if you have forgotten his name, you would surely recognize his words.  He had a gift for … Continue reading

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