Tag Archives: Refugees

Repeating Today’s Big Lie,
or Defending Sessions’ and Trump’s Policy Separating Families

This week’s uproar on separating children from their asylum-seeking parents unpleasantly confirms how far apart on basic morality we are in this country. To me, my Trump-approving friends ignore the imperative of the urgent human needs of the asylum seekers … Continue reading

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San Francisco, CA at the American Conservatory Theater, Strand Theater Extended through April 29, 2018 Vietgone by Qui Nguyen directed by Jaime Castañeda ACT advertising Vietgone as “The irreverent road-trip comedy” is almost sacrilegious. The categorization misses the depth, power, and cultural … Continue reading

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Throw Back Thursday

I logged into Weather Underground this morning for a quick view of what the days are going to be like in Ashland for my long weekend stay.  Years ago I’d pinned four frequently looked at cities to the WU menu. There … Continue reading

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