GUEST COMMENTARY - Another terrorist slips into the classroom, into the news.
GUEST COMMENTARY - Today's six-member supermajority on the Supreme Court has surrendered all claim to being an impartial moral force for blind justice.
IN MEMORIAM - It was 15 years ago this month that Joseph Anzack Jr., private first class, United States Army, faced impending death on a dark and dusty road during America’s long war in Iraq.
GUEST COMMENTARY - I could barely look at the pictures of mothers crying in agony at the loss of their children to the gunman at Uvalde, Texas.
RUSSIA UKRAINE WAR - Peace advocates warned Tuesday that the Biden administration's newly unveiled decision to arm Ukraine with advanced missile systems further heightens the risk of a direct military conflict between the U.S. and Russia,
ACCORDING TO LIZ - Memorial Day is a federal holiday for mourning the U.S. military personnel who have died while serving their country established in 1868 a few years after the Civil War ended.
GUN VIOLENCE - In the days since the Uvalde shooting, media outlets have shared heartbreaking images of the small victims as they were cherished in life.
MY THOUGHTS - One has to be made of stone not to have been affected by the senseless mass shootings of the last three weeks.
A VIEW FROM HERE - In 1776, America Founded Itself on Two Revolutionary Theories.
EQUAL RIGHTS - Three years ago, the U.S. women’s soccer team filed a $24 million gender discrimination lawsuit against the U.S. Soccer Federation.
LEGAL WOES - The irony was lost on no one last week when we learned that the parents of the mayor of Los Angeles have hired a professional lobbyist to make the case to the U.S. Senate that their son should be confirmed as ambassador to India (Los Angeles Times, May 24, 2022).
THE VIEW FROM HERE - Elections are beneficial when two situations coincide: