Though the horrific acts of domestic terrorism, perpetrated against innocent people within the walls of a church in Charleston, are fresh in everyone’s mind, this kind of hate has run rampant in this country for quite some time. From this … Continue reading Racism, Violence and The Politics of Hate
“What’s in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet.” – Shakespeare, “Romeo and Juliet” As I look at my daughter and contemplate the birth of my son, a myriad of questions … Continue reading By Any Other Name
It is not within protocol for me to publish more than one piece a week. More often than not, the Wednesday piece seems to be more than most people can handle – photos of kittens get more attention than whiny, … Continue reading The Hits Just Keep On Coming
I wake up around 6:00 every morning and after I’ve changed and dressed my daughter and chopped up her fruit to agreeable sizes, I check my email in the hopes that one of the jobs I’ve applied for has responded … Continue reading A Writer Without A Page
That the American left has fled from its liberal responsibilities is an inarguable fact. Like many Americans, I rushed to the polls (twice) to elect and re-elect President Barack Obama. Obama represented a change in this country that many liberals … Continue reading A Socialist in the White House?