Monthly Archives: August 2017

Restructuring

As I listen to the back and forth on this issue, it occurs to me that the opinion is out there (I’ll say way out there, but for others it is not so far) that the foundation of the united … Continue reading

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Rethinking

Charlottesville has challenged us to rethink some questions. Initial reactions to events have calmed somewhat. For the most part, I have a preference against absolute positions, but here are some interesting (I think) ideas: 1) public space should for the … Continue reading

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The Civil War: 150 years later

I’m horrified at the events in Charlottesville.  Two weeks ago, I had been asked by the Quakers what to do about the planned protest.  My solution had been to ignore the protest, stay away from it, not give it any … Continue reading

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Some Thoughts on North Korea

It’s a small country. Unlike Russia, where relations have not always been easy, and nuclear arms have been developed, the problem, I think, is that we continue to punish a country for being angry and different. I wish that everyone … Continue reading

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A Little Space

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