NEW Essays Published (updated with 2 additions)

I call upon you to draw from the depths of your being to prove that we are a human race. To prove that our love outweighs our need to hate. That our compassion is more compelling than our need to blame. That our sensitivity to those in need is stronger than our greed. That our ability to reason overcomes our fear. And that at the end of each of our lives, we can look back and be proud that we have treated others with the kindness, dignity, and respect that every human being deserves. Thank you and God bless.

Elizabeth Taylor’s acceptance speech (closing) at the 1993 Oscars on receiving the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award.

Follow the links below to read the critical commentary on recently published essays.

“Low Information Voters and National Populism”: Who Are They? What is it? Surprise!

Mother Earth: A Letter to Each child and their Future

Trumpism: Legacy of Omnishambles and Ashes – Part I of II

Republicanism in 2020: Trumpism by Any Other Name – Part II of II

“Right is Right … Right?!” The New Annoying “OK?! . . . OK?!”