Tag Archives: 2020 Presidential election

Agenda: 11/4/2020

“Racial Barrier Falls in Decisive Victory” New York Times front-page headline, November 4, 2008. How’s that working for the 105 Black and Brown people killed by police since Obama was first elected? “Clinton has the Edge One Day Before Election” … Continue reading

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Victor Frankl’s Meaning in the Moment

The world is in a bad state, but everything will become still worse unless each of us does his best. – Victor Frankl Victor Frankl was a twentieth century Austrian neurologist and psychiatrist, a Holocaust survivor, and founder of the … Continue reading

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Salve November’s Guilty Conscience: NOW

“I just don’t know what I’ll do if I wake up on November 4 and Donald Trump’s won.” “I’ll die if Trump wins the election. Then move to Canada.” Thus are the refrains I hear from friends who, in a … Continue reading

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Four Years On

Four years ago this month I sat out the afternoon sun in a Mexican cantina in Postville, Iowa, gorging on $6.95 fajitas and scrolling through the websites of the folks running for President. On Flag Day 2016, I asked each … Continue reading

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