Mandatory Quality in Colorado

The state of Colorado’s politicians decided a few years ago to develop alliances for childhood development in each county to better serve the population with a conglomerate of interested parties giving feedback on how to spend early childhood funds. These… Continue reading

Will Mark Udall’s ‘War on Women’ Tactics Work?

Sen. Mark Udall’s campaign consultants must be scratching their heads. After months of paying for expensive ads focused almost exclusively on birth control and abortion, their candidate remains statistically tied with his opponent, Congressman Cory Gardner, in the polls. A… Continue reading

Confronting Evil in Gaza-If Not Now, When?

Asked by a convert to distill the Torah’s essence, Rabbi Hillel — Judaism’s great sage — taught, “What is hateful unto you, do not do unto your neighbor.”

Like the Golden Rule that roots most ethical traditions, Hillel’s first-century precept… Continue reading

The Real War on Women

This week I went to hear former ABC News reporter, Lynn Sherr speak about her recently published book Sally Ride: America’s First Woman in Space. Sherr gave an amazing tribute as a journalist and friend about Ride’s life and… Continue reading

Sen. Udall, Freedom is Broader Than You Think via Denver Post

Fortune cookies and Mark Udall have more in common than Colorado’s Democratic U.S. senator might like to admit.

You probably know the juvenile prank of reading the message inside a fortune cookie — like, “Now is the time to try… Continue reading

Have We Been Bewitched?

I might be dating myself but I used to love reruns of “Bewitched” as a kid.  How great it would be to pop in and out of places from Paris, to New York, or to my Aunt Jennifer’s house… Continue reading

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder with Contraception

Senator Udall, really…this again…pitting women against women, using single ladies as pawns?  Your chess game is getting very predictable.  Have you forgotten the queen does as she pleases?  You try to make women believe that contraception is… Continue reading

Problem Solving Immigration

Ellis Island was the hub of United States immigration for roughly 40 years, and most Americans today will tell you they had a relative whose name can be found on those famous walls. From New York, I have a few.… Continue reading

Regulators Wore Us Down

Spiders and I go back a long way. I’ve found them in my car, my shoes, even a cup of coffee. I used to scream, jump and run. That is, until the spiders wore me down.

I was living in… Continue reading

The Situation in Iraq

The Iraq situation worsens by the day and I find myself watching the media almost as much as I did from 2003-2005. This time my approach is a little different.  Instead of just tuning in to the nightly news,… Continue reading

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