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“I swear COVID-19 is like money. It brings out the best and worst in people,” said a trusted colleague in the midst of another remote work day. Besides our own day-to-day challenges … more
Decades ago, I’m on the horn with James Carville. Yeah, that Carville. I’m arranging a private satellite broadcast of a debate between his candidate Robert Casey, Sr. (who was … more
Response to my Nov-Dec 2019 online and print Publisher’s Note tells me hope, resilience and goodwill remain popular in our "gotcha doing wrong, you can … more
My last column (Nov-Dec 2019) on hope and resilience for the 2020 drew lots of comments. And we’re grateful. We’re happy whenever anyone in our media saturated culture puts eyes on our … more
As we all look to 2020, let’s remember that the queer community is a resilient group of people. It’s true that good doesn’t win every battle. No matter how strong we are. But … more
As the US Supreme Court is poised to determine how queer issues will be treated under the law for what could be the remainder of my life, we have professional, Evangelical Christians and an Orthodox … more
As the US Supreme Court is poised to determine how queer issues will be treated under the law for what could be the remainder of my life, we have professional, Evangelical Christians and an Orthodox … more
There is same-sex marriage in Pennsylvania. But not because the Legislature wanted to join the 21st Century and make it so. After the US Supreme Court’s June 26, 2015 ruling requiring states … more
When I learned that professional Christian and former Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis may have to pay $225,000 for denying gay couples marriages licenses in her capacity as an … more
Clichés aside, there are many worthwhile New Year’s Resolutions to be made. Big picture items include the increased and continuous deaths of … more
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