.Columns & Opinion

Jan 25, 2023

Your Letters, Week of Jan. 25

Roman Rules America can learn from ancient Rome how to better deal with crime today. Because democracy generally values all human beings, democratic Rome’s criminal statutes were not designed to repress, but quickly judge and inexpensively rehabilitate. For that reason, Rome did not use prisons, except as places of detention before...
Jan 10, 2023

Malled to Death: Killing towns with consumerism

By Craig J. Corsini One can describe them any way one likes. The most polite may be “artificial topography,” but...
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Jan 10, 2023

Free Will Astrology, Week of Jan. 11

ARIES (March 21-April 19): Nigerian author Wole Soyinka reworked the ancient Greek play, The Bacchae. In one passage, the...
Jan 3, 2023

Go Global: World governance for no war

By Lawrence S. Wittner Russia’s war upon Ukraine should be a reminder that violent international conflicts not only persist, but...
Jan 3, 2023

Your Letters, Week of Jan. 4

Elephant in the Room The most underreported story list is a list of distractions, important stories to be sure, in...
Jan 3, 2023

Free Will Astrology, Week of Jan. 4

ARIES (March 21-April 19): "My life was the best omelet you could make with a chainsaw," observed flamboyant author...
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Dec 27, 2022

Your Letters, Dec. 28

Dog Delivered It was a Christmas miracle. I was walking my 18-pound poodle rescue dog, Gus, who is old and...
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