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Hats off to the Students of Stoneman Douglas High

Tweet Hooray for the students of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida! Everyone’s heard about the 19-year-old former student who walked into the school with a legally purchased AR-15 semi-automatic rifle and killed 17 people–mostly students.  I cannot begin to imagine what those survivors experienced.  … Continue reading

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“Do your job or else!”

Tweet I spent way too much time watching TV today.  But I couldn’t pull away from the teens who survived the shooting of 17 classmates at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. They went to see their lawmakers  in Tallahassee and, … Continue reading

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Good-by, Children. You’re Gone Too Soon.

Tweet Yes, once again.  Yet another gunman killed more kids in yet another school in the U.S.  That makes 25 such shootings since Columbine. (Remember our promise then?  Never again!)  At least, I read it’s been 25 such shootings.  I’ve lost count.  How many … Continue reading

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Please, no more Conspiracies!

Tweet Pssst…  Hey, did you hear the latest?  The entire world is a hotbed of conspiracies!  I know about the seething danger because I have an email inbox that stays way too full. I just read about the secret plot to have the “U. … Continue reading

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Of Japan and Santa Barbara

Tweet I just got home from Japan to the news of the shooting of innocent university students in Santa Barbara.  I have spent most of my adult life in that city.  I went to college there, I raised my children there, I … Continue reading

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