Monthly Archives: July 2019

Girl in the Red Corner

If you will be in Cincinnati, you might want to see this play. Disclaimer–Andrew J. Hungerford is my nephew. Fury and Focus Fuel Know’s “Girl in the Red Corner” Review by Liz Eichler Know Theatre’s ready to rumble! With the … Continue reading

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Problem solvers

I read a sunny article in “The Hill” about problem solvers. Here are some excerpts with my comments: Author Margaret White, executive director of No Labels, writes: Recently, several bills have been expedited under the new “290” or “consensus calendar” … Continue reading

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Explain it to me, Tom

This article, by Lee Marcus, is published here with permission of the author. EXPLAIN IT TO ME, TOM Children’s literature has a parable for our times in The Emperor’s New Clothes, by Hans Christian Andersen. It goes like this: the … Continue reading

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Love it or leave it

During the Vietnam war, we were often urged to love it or leave it. If you didn’t have a flag pin in your lapel, if you had long hair, were a university student or graduate, or were suspected of voting … Continue reading

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Push back

In Huckleberry Finn, Mark Twain wrote about a black lawyer from the free state of Illinois, well dressed and riding a horse. Pa Finn was outraged; how could a black man have a horse when he didn’t? Did President Obama, … Continue reading

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