Monthly Archives: May 2010

What shall we do with Texas?

The Texas decision, over time, could have a disastrous impact on our nation. I can foresee this leading us down a road where only Christians — and even then only ones with a particular, fundamental bent — are considered “real Americans.” Continue reading

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Open is better than closed. Always!

With only a brief hiatus, I have spent my entire working life in journalism or its related field, communications. And I have ALWAYS been an absolutist about one thing — openness. Whether it was when I was a cub reporter … Continue reading

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Getting Started Again

After several months of inactivity, it’s time to relaunch my blogging efforts. There are several reasons for this, but two main ones: a new career in a new place (that’s only one), and a crash-and-burn with my old host (1and1, … Continue reading

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