Getting Back to ABCs

Sometimes I can be a bit naive, and there are certain moments when it is crystal clear to me how much I do not know. All of this talk of statues has brought on...

Nonnegotiables

Apparently there are “many sides” contributing to our problems. Since the election, I’ve been thinking about how to best communicate with at least some of those sides. I’ve read and seen that discussing facts...

Hitting a Wall

No, not that wall. A figurative wall. It’s been about a month since my last post. There have been a ton of things that have happened in the world of Trump during that time....

Our Children are Watching

Here’s what we have today: I heard poorly rated @Morning_Joe speaks badly of me (don't watch anymore). Then how come low I.Q. Crazy Mika, along with Psycho Joe, came.. — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump)...

A Little Break

I took a little break from politics last week. Not a complete break mind you. It’s hard to get away from things like Ossoff and that amazing Washington Post article. But a break nonetheless. ...

What do you hear?

I’m going to ask for about 20 minutes of your time with this post. I want you to listen carefully to these three videos and tell me what you hear. And I’ll tell you...

To Progress or not to Progress

Back when I started the second phase of this blog, I wondered if I was a Progressive. I didn’t even know what a Progressive was – although I have since read two definitions that I did not understand. Well,...

Our Capacities and the Road Ahead

Guess who spoke at Wellesley’s commencement this year? Hillary! And guess who listened to every minute of her commencement address as well as student Tala Nashawati’s speech and President Paula Johnson’s address? Me! With a...

My Vote Goes to Healey

Maura Healey, Massachusetts Attorney General, held a Town Hall last night in Lowell. She is yet another super impressive representative of our state. Massachusetts has an embarrassment of riches. I wish other states were...