Segregation Persists… We Need to Fully Integrate

In my morning review of the day’s headlines, I came across this piece by Newsweek’s Janice Williams about a Bobcat who was kicked out of a Dollar General in Kentucky for not adhering to mandatory coronavirus prevention measures. She wasn’t wearing a mask. My initial reaction was, “This is a failure of the public educationContinue reading “Segregation Persists… We Need to Fully Integrate”

Post Quarantine Summer’s End – A Reflection

At the end of any major event or life transition, it is usually beneficial to take a few moments to reflect on what occurred, and how you’ve been affected by those occurrences. We have all been through an intense spring and summer, and while the coronavirus wave is just building, the quarantine and transition periodContinue reading “Post Quarantine Summer’s End – A Reflection”

Trump Says “Get Back in the Kitchen!”

Oh Donald… If you’re looking for a break, you won’t find one in 2020. And no, you can’t just decide not to have the election this year. If you ban TikTok, your best choice is to look into investing in a few American made alternatives to the viral video social media platform. Seriously. Not aContinue reading “Trump Says “Get Back in the Kitchen!””

From Fear to Fondness

Based on a true story about kindness in a darkened world I had only been back in San Diego for a few days. The last time I was in the city, I camped with my son in a quiet business park about a dozen miles east of San Diego proper. No problems, just a fewContinue reading “From Fear to Fondness”