Monthly Archives: April 2013

What To Do With Dzhokhar? — 22 April 2013

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev lies in a hospital bed, drifting in and out of consciousness, while the FBI waits to interrogate him.  Meanwhile, a controversy swirls around him, about whether to designate the younger of the Boston bombers an enemy combatant or … Continue reading

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What Are We Doing? — 8 April 2013

This weekend, a 25-year-old woman from the Chicago suburbs was killed in Afghanistan.  Anne Smedinghoff was a State Department officer delivering books to local schools when she and four other Americans were killed by a roadside bomb.  By all accounts, … Continue reading

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The Gay Marriage Debate — 1 April 2013

This has been a big week for gay marriage – two Supreme Court cases, commentary all over, the cover of Time magazine.   I thought I might add to the clutter. This is a very difficult and complex issue for … Continue reading

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