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Letter to My Senators on the Brett Kavanaugh Confirmation

This is the letter I sent to both of my Senators this evening regarding the Brett Kavanaugh confirmation: I am a constituent from Monona, Wisconsin. It appears this evening that the FBI may have wrapped up its additional investigation of … Continue reading

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Brett Kavanaugh confirmation

This morning I sent a letter to both of my senators and to all of the senators who appear to be currently on the fence about Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court: The Senate Judiciary Committee and the full … Continue reading

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Open Letter to Bishop Morlino

Bishop Morlino, This is in response to your recent letter (August 18, 2018) to priests and parishioners of the Diocese of Madison. I am writing this as a gay man, a fallen-away Catholic, an adult survivor of childhood sex abuse … Continue reading

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Indictment

Today I attended a sentencing hearing for a former co-worker who had embezzled more than $120,000 from our company.  I wanted to attend and speak after seeing in the newspaper that the District Attorney’s office did not intend to pursue any jail … Continue reading

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Denial

In child sex abuse cases there tends to be a higher degree of denial than in almost any other crime.  While prisons are full of criminals who supposedly didn’t do the crimes for which they were convicted there are scant … Continue reading

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A Common Occurrence

When I woke up this morning to the news of a shooter opening fire in a movie theater crowded with fans, young and old, my heart sank.  My immediate thought, besides an overarching sadness for the victims and witnesses, was a profound sorrow … Continue reading

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