Refusal to accept limits to violent use of speech and firearms are threat to 1st, 2nd Amendments.
Where I once read Capote, Proust, Flaubert, Woolf and Stein, now I endlessly scroll PeopleOfWalmart.com.
With Congress split between the parties, legislation requires cooperation. We can do the same.
A talk by a Rohingya refugee in Malaysia explains why a country’s legal status is key to fair shot.
Satisfied or not with election results, you can always turn your energy into action you support.
Voting is important, but so is living lives in ways that would solve a lot of what we complain about.
A trip to a less-visited World War I cemetery left a lasting impression, recalled each Veterans Day.
The pressure created by crises can reveal people’s true selves. We can use that as we vote this election.
Maybe not, but maybe we’ve fooled ourselves about how things are and who’s responsible for change?
Destructive costly hurricanes, drought, rising seas; yet we act like we can take our time with a response.
Learn how to spot CRAP now, so you don’t step in it and spoil your ballot for the general election.
As a Marine in Vietnam, I was part of a diverse group with shared goals. We need that same ethic now.
I received excellent care at Providence, but I saw a hospital and nursing staff under severe stress.
Our models for teaching kids rely on corporate theories. It’s no wonder education doesn’t inspire them.
What I heard in a voicemail after asking people to listen to each other and not respond with vitriol.
An evacuation from wildfire focuses the mind on how life might change and who you’re thankful for.
The actions of white supremacists are on the rise locally. That threat must be our focus.
As we struggle to stifle speech that upsets us, it can encourage louder, angrier and uglier words.
We followed the rules and prospered. But we expect younger generations to do the same with less.
Seven days on a mountain trail brought personal insights and a renewed appreciation for my capability.