Monthly Archives: April 2017

Science Marches On

Science Marches On (dedicated to William Fassbender, my high school science teacher)     Saturday, April 22, was Earth Day (unfortunately, she’s lucky to even get one day), and in conjunction with it was the March For Science in Washington, D.C. Worldwide, … Continue reading

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America Has a Koch Problem

America Has a Koch Problem     This country has been the victim of a slow-motion corporate coup, by not only the Koch brothers but other billionaires with the same anti-government agenda. Charles and David Koch are America’s 5th and 6th richest … Continue reading

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Some Positive Aspects of Trumpageddon

Some Positive Aspects of Trumpageddon     Our world is in turmoil as never before; civil wars, Islamic terrorism, global warming, Wall Street and world bankers’ unregulated piracy threatening to collapse the global economy. What wise and visionary leader will come forth … Continue reading

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Reflections on the Obama Presidency

Reflections on the Obama Presidency     Nov. 4th, 2008, was one of the greatest days of my life, as it was for many. Barack Obama had just been elected America’s first black president. I watched the celebrations from Grant’s Park, in … Continue reading

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What’s So Funny, Anyway?

What’s So Funny, Anyway? (dedicated to my dad, one of the funniest people I ever met)     Conventional wisdom will say the best way to kill comedy is by trying to analyze it, but I respectfully disagree. I’ve always been a … Continue reading

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