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Local Teacher Refuses to Pack a Gun

Holstering my gun and putting extra ammo in my backpack, I grabbed my students’ homework, a couple of textbooks, and my computer. I was off for another day at school. Really! Do we really want to see our teachers packing guns? I … Continue reading

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Art as a Political Tool

I visited the Tate Britain yesterday. The main attraction was the Pablo Picasso exhibit. Seeing a copy of “Guernica,” his iconic anti-war painting was worth the price of admission. Originally commissioned for the Spanish pavilion at the Paris International Exhibition of … Continue reading

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Friday, January 6, The Feast of the Epiphany, has come and gone, but its essence has lingered on. In terms of the ecclesiastical calendar, Epiphany celebrates the light of the star that led the Three Kings to the Christ Child. Isaiah broadens the starlight concept to … Continue reading

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