Tag Archives: Viet Nam

An Open Letter to Madison Mayor Paul Soglin

Dear Mayor Soglin, Let me start with a simple question: Who are you? What happened to the Paul Soglin I thought I knew? You just vetoed a unanimously passed amendment that would have added Madison’s homeless population as a protected … Continue reading

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272 Words (in honor of the 150th anniversary of the Gettysburg Address)

For two hundred years and a quarter and more, this land of the free and home of the brave has strived to create a world where all men and women are truly created equal. This nation has always been engaged … Continue reading

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A Life Filled with Violence

My mind and my heart are still numb from the shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut. Days later it continues to stay on my mind. The shooting resonated in the country primarily because of the children. They were … Continue reading

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