After the last presidential debate, I wrote on Twitter that the whole experience had left me wanting to take a shower… in sulfuric acid. Looking… Read More »Dumpsterfire 2016: What To Do When You Have No Idea What To Do
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I have not been writing much about my divorce on this blog – I’ve kept most of that discussion on Facebook. I thought this post,… Read More »Going Solo – On hating and accepting change
Yesterday, prisoners around the US began a strike protesting unpaid, underpaid and forced labor. Maybe. We think. Led by prisoners in Alabama and Texas, incarcerated… Read More »Massive National Prison Strike! Maybe. We don’t know. That’s a problem.
At the end of the Rio Olympic men’s marathon, silver medalist Feyisa Lilesa did something extraordinary, important and dangerous. As he crossed the finish line,… Read More »Supporting Feyisa Lilesa, a remarkable athlete and protester
As an advocate for Americans to pay more attention to international news, I often get the question, “Why bother? What can I do?” It’s a… Read More »When attention matters: Ethiopia crushes dissent in Oromia
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