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Hometown Connection

The word is that you can never go home again. I was born in Buffalo, New York and grew up in an adjacent suburb. I have no desire to return to Western New York (other than perhaps a visit – it’s a great place to eat). Having lived there for the first 47 years of my life it will always be a part of me. If I notice someone is from there I tend to pay just a little bit more attention especially if we share an alma mater. That can be both good and bad. New York Times columnist Michelle Goldberg is a fellow Western New York native and SUNY-Buffalo alum. I follow her work and suggest you do also. Michael Caputo was born in Buffalo, off and on lived in Western New York and attended SUNY-Buffalo. The three of us are certainly not alike. Let’s explore. Continue reading Hometown Connection

’67 ’12 ’19 – Time To Tell Some People To Take A Hike

This is my first “live” blog in about a week. I needed to write ahead in order to accommodate what for me was a packed schedule of a medical procedure, travel and meetings. (Everything worked out wonderfully.) I thought I’d start out today’s article with the lyrics to a song and build from there. Let’s explore. Continue reading ’67 ’12 ’19 – Time To Tell Some People To Take A Hike

My President Continues To Engage In Un-American Activity

Donald Trump became President of the United States as the result of what increasingly looks like a purloined election in which he failed to gain the support of the majority of the American electorate. I’m not making excuses for Hillary Clinton. It never should have been that close; she should have beaten him going away. From his campaign to this day Trump continues to engage in un-American activity. Let’s explore some of his recent exploits. Continue reading My President Continues To Engage In Un-American Activity

Hopelessness And Cause For Hope

Like most recent weeks there were plenty of political fireworks in America last week. Today I’d like to focus on two events. Let’s explore. Continue reading Hopelessness And Cause For Hope

Catchin’ Up

I’m back to my version of live blogging. What you have read for the past 12 days or so was written well in advance. A lot has happened during that time and I’d like to briefly touch on a few topics. Let’s explore. Continue reading Catchin’ Up