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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

Travels Through Time

Poet TS Eliot wrote, “We shall not cease from exploration, and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we

Feeling The Love

What is love? Merriam Webster defines love simply: “feeling of strong or constant affection for a person; attraction that includes sexual desire; the

Home for the Holidays

Around the holidays, the holidays extending roughly from Thanksgiving to New Year’s Day, we often hear, “Peace on Earth and Good Will

Coughing Up the “Kool-Aid”

“There is a principle which is a bar against all information, which is proof against all arguments and which cannot fail to

My Mind to Yours October 2015

In a 2011 deposition concerning sexual abuse of children, Roman Catholic Bishop Robert Cunningham suggests that childhood victims can be culpable. Roman Catholic

Sounds of Silence

In the film version of Tennessee Williams’ drama “Suddenly Last Summer,” a manipulative aunt, Violet Venable, played by Katherine Hepburn, attempts to

Talking It All Through

According to a recent NY Times Op-ed piece about New York State’s new “yes means yes” affirmative sexual consent law for SUNY