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Rallying Redux

I attended the Syracuse Sister Rally held on January 21 at the James M. Hanley Federal Building. I always vote but rarely

Knowledge Is Power

I’m writing this on the Winter Solstice, feeling optimistic about the sunlight increasing, day by day, incrementally. All natural progressions and cycles

Pre-Existing Conditions

“Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good will toward men,” reads Luke 2:14 of the King James version of

Cause, Effect and Harvest Time

Whatever the outcome, the 2016 Presidential Election reveals many root ideological issues. History handed down through books, records and reminiscence is always a

Tough Crowd 2016

The 2016 presidential campaign is the scariest campaign I’ve observed since I first voted.

Past Perfect Tense

The world and everything in it, ourselves included, consist of moving parts. An adult brain consumes twenty to thirty percent of that adult’s

Words Matter

Barbra Streisand sang, “People who need people are the luckiest people in the world.”   Well…perhaps not so lucky.  Every “we” needs

Let’s Talk

Addiction specialists, public officials and the families of addicts confronting rising heroin addiction suggest that Central New York needs more treatment facilities and

Mothers and May Days

There is your truth, my truth, and what we agree together to accept as truth.  1960’s era US diplomat George Ball said, “Nostalgia

The Health of the Body Politic

When the 1787 United States’ Constitutional Convention concluded, Benjamin Franklin told a woman outside of Independence Hall that she and the rest of