Love and Protest

Amy’s Story by Anna Lawton sets a tempestuous romance against the turbulent half-century of global change that erupted in the 1960s and flowed across the land like a modern Great Flood. The novel plants the seeds of these decades in the post-World War One migration from Europe to the United States and reveals the newest fruits---poison … Continue reading Love and Protest

Supporting the Women’s March on Washington

I may not be marching, but I refuse to be silent. The cause is just and the timing right. I will be counted among the marchers by rolling up my sleeves at home. A list of ways you can do the same: 1. Make the signs. 2. Airport/train/bus pickup for out-of-towners. 3. Pack their lunch … Continue reading Supporting the Women’s March on Washington

Hands Off My Free Speech (Round II)

A very important American institution has come under attack. I'm not talking about those resonating pillars of freedom enshrined in the Bill of Rights, the First and Second Amendments. I'm not talking about the Bill of Rights or the Constitution at all. This American institution is far more sacred than any of that. This American institution gave us … Continue reading Hands Off My Free Speech (Round II)