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A Woman’s World

I wrote the following on Jay Bookman’s blog on December 13, 2017: (Link: http://jaybookman.blog.myajc.com/2017/12/13/opinion-hear-that-roar-its-women/ “Thanks for this column, Jay Bookman. I think many factors are at play here with this tsunami of women across America deciding to become more assertive. … Continue reading

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Black Americans Have The Potential To Save America

I wrote the following on Jay Bookman’s blog on December 13, 2017. Link: http://jaybookman.blog.myajc.com/2017/12/13/opinion-alabama-voters-say-no-moore/ “I had written in my blog maybe two years ago that the black people would save America, but my reasoning was based upon the grace, graciousness, … Continue reading

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Thomas Jefferson’s Progeny with Sally Hemings

https://www.monticello.org/sites/default/files/styles/jsam_popup/public/legacy_files/jsam/viewer-content-images/Jefferson%20Beverly%20and%20three%20sons.jpg?itok=1OCPlQIT The above is a photo of Thomas Jefferson’s grandson by Sally Hemings through their son, and Jefferson’s last child, Thomas Eston Hemings Jefferson who traveled from Virginia to Ohio to Wisconsin where he took the Surname Jefferson instead of … Continue reading

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Thomas Jefferson: The Torch of the Statue of Liberty

From the Krugman column below: “We can go on down the list. The simple fact is that big spending on people who ‘won’t lift a finger’ doesn’t actually happen in America — only in Hatch’s meanspirited imagination.” ———————————————- One thing … Continue reading

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Breaking Through Barriers of Identification

Here were my words written in relation to an article shared on Jay Bookman’s blog this evening, December 3, 2017: “All of these, though, are attempts to work out how we should revise our categories in the way that best … Continue reading

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Mass Killings in America

On November 6, 2017, I wrote the following in response to Jay Bookman’s column in this link, http://jaybookman.blog.myajc.com/2017/11/06/opinion-in-a-rural-texas-church-on-sunday/ “We cannot afford to simply think in binary ways on this massive problem. Of course, we must do something substantive regarding our … Continue reading

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America’s Half-Century in a Spiritual Wilderness

I wrote the following on AJC columnist Jay Bookman’s blog on October 31, 2017: “I like to make connections. Do you? Earlier today I quoted a verse which declared ‘what a web we weave when first we decide to deceive.’ … Continue reading

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