Category Archives: Letters to editor

Myth about the First Amendment

Our Sunday News recently asked me to be a voice to balance the weekly columns of the assistant editor. He generates the most reader response for the paper but writes from more of a left-side, liberal perspective (labels I am a … Continue reading

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The language of manipulation

  Those who read my columns know that I am not one to be apocalyptic or knee-jerk about issues. But I was deeply disturbed by the decision of our political leaders to repeal Don’t ask, don’t tell. What bothers me … Continue reading

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My letter in USA TODAY (The rest of it….)

Below is my letter in USA TODAY. One line they left out is important: “If you (Tiger and Elin) need motivation, (to work on the marriage) read Judith S. Wallerstein’s landmark book, “The Unexpected Legacy of Divorce: A 25 Year … Continue reading

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