Wow! A whole hell of a lot has happened since 2016 when I prematurely announced the demise of the Trump bid for presidency. In fairness, I did not think any self-respecting woman could cast a vote for a committed narcissist who openly bragged of grabbing unsuspecting women by the genitalia (which, I have been told, […]
Transgender Transitions This may be an odd way to begin a column on transgender identification and its societal ramifications, but when I began to ponder this topic, Cat Stevens’s song, “Father and Son”, which I may or may not have sung as a duet with one Andrew Clark in front of a not yet sufficiently […]
Another Day, Another Shooting by Steven A. Craig Lost amidst the expansive sea of corona virus news has been a host of silver linings that are right there in front of us, if we only stop to look. Carbon emission is at its lowest levels since the mass production of the automobile began. Traffic accidents […]
I have no idea what the world will look like when the doors to society magically reopen, and we all emerge from our corona-inspired hibernation, like sleepy bears looking for honey, porridge, and ale, but I hope we do not lose sight of the opportunity that stands before us. Perhaps, just perhaps, this whole circumstance will serve as a much-needed gut punch to our collective consciousness that the very technology that was developed to bring us all together has actually been serving to alienate us further and further from real connection.