Monthly Archives: June 2010

A South African Hero

It was interesting being in Kenya this past week while the World Cup football (soccer) matches were being played near-by in South Africa. When Kenyan’s interrupted their viewing of a match to converse with me and learned that I was … Continue reading

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Kyrgyzstan in Crisis

My heart goes out to the poor people of Kyrgyzstan. They seem to be sliding into civil war. The current government of this small, poor central Asian country of 5 million people, in power for only two months, seems unable … Continue reading

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A Nation of Immigrants

  I have had to remind myself of late that there is much to be proud of as an American. And I have not been prouder for a long time than I was last night listening to this year’s recipients … Continue reading

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