The horrific scene that unfolded this week at Club Q in Colorado Springs reminds us of just how far we have not come in addressing gun violence or homophobic hate … Continue reading The Family You Choose
Contrast in Real Time
In a day of rapidly cascading headlines—the midterms, Twitter drama, the face-to-face meeting between Joe Biden and Xi Jinping—two contrasting images are particularly memorable and speak volumes of our human … Continue reading Contrast in Real Time
The End of the Beginning
This week’s midterm elections in the US delivered a surprise that calmed the hearts of angst-ridden progressives. The dreaded “red wave” failed to materialize (prompting comedian Stephen Colbert to dub … Continue reading The End of the Beginning
Beyond Van Gogh
My wife Blythe and I traveled to Hartford, CT, recently to see Beyond Van Gogh, a massive immersive experience that is a fascinating blend of traditional painting and highly sophisticated … Continue reading Beyond Van Gogh
“Stand Back and Stand By” Redux?
On the presidential debate stage in September of 2020, Donald Trump was asked by Fox News anchor Chris Wallace to categorically denounce white supremacy. Trump at first deflected the question … Continue reading “Stand Back and Stand By” Redux?