Monthly Archives: April 2014

About the Marathon

I’ve loved the marathon since back when I was in high school, back in the days when Bill Rogers was winning three straight and Joan Benoit Samuelson was a reasonably local hero. We would go up to Route 16 by … Continue reading

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With Easter Upon Us

This year, with Easter upon us, there have been a few articles about the very unfortunate part of the resurrection story that blames the Jews for the “deicide” of Jesus Christ. Now, I’m no Biblical scholar. In fact, I’m not … Continue reading

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Citizens United and McCutcheon

(Or why these cases are two of the worst ever decided  by the Supreme Court) In the last couple of years the Supreme Court of the United States has decided two cases which have essentially eviscerated the campaign finance law, … Continue reading

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