Renewing Society’s Vows

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“Between stimulus and response there is a space. That space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and freedom.” – Victor Frankl, Holocaust Survivor, Author, Man’s Search for Meaning. Renewing our Vows On Tuesday July … Continued

Combating the Sixth Mass Extinction

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The pandemic is awful but, much worse, Dr. Lucy Shapiro, internationally honored scientist and chair of Stanford University Medical School’s Biology Department, declared recently that the world has begun the sixth mass extinction. UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres says that … Continued

Honest, Hardworking Immigrants Needed

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  “America puts the best of all of the world’s people through a smelter called democracy and the resulting amalgam is stronger than the sum of those individual populations working separately.” That paraphrase of a mid-1800s quote by Ralph Waldo … Continued

Diridon: Good cars, bad cars

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California, New York, and 15 other progressive states asked auto makers to help fight rapidly worsening climate change by meeting cleaner Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) standards. Last year the federal government inexplicably cut that requirement. Four auto makers agreed … Continued