On Thursday, November 10, my daughter Jen, her son Aaron, and I departed Maryland. We hopped aboard Amtrak's Northeast Regional Train and set our sights for The Big Apple. My youngest grandchild, Aaron, soon to be 14, had never been there or even traveled on a train. It's Fall, the trees were in their full Fall … Continue reading 3 Generations Exploring and Reflecting in the Big Apple
It's November 7, 2016, presidential election eve. This is the 18th presidential election since my birth. And, looking back over the histories of campaigns and presidencies, we can see that the winning political parties will be split 50/50 if a Democrat wins this election. So, I spent all day today culling over various facts and … Continue reading Election Eve 2016: Imagining Life Without Political Campaigns, Politicians, and the News Without a Profit Motive!