I put together a very short slide presentation. Internet Fast Lane Explained from Kevin Bondelli

This is the fifth post in the Reading Women Writers series. I finished Meg Wolitzer’s The Interestings weeks ago, yet I found it difficult to write about until now for a couple of reasons. First, it is a very recent novel, and I don’t want to spoil it with an in-depth writing. Second, I had […]

The hottest news item of the last 24 hours is the leak of a memo revealing a top secret NSA program called PRISM that allegedly gave the National Security Agency direct access to the systems of Google, Facebook, Skype, Microsoft, Apple, Yahoo, AOL, YouTube, and PalTalk. This comes a day after the same Guardian reporter, […]

Many Eagle Scouts including myself have been fighting for this for years. While it is disappointing that BSA has not changed its adult leader policy, this is a big step towards full inclusion and we will continue to advocate for it until we get there. The Boy Scouts of America Statement: “For 103 years, the […]

This is the fourth post in the Reading Women Writers series. Isabel Allende’s Daughter of Fortune tells the story of Eliza Sommers, an orphan that was left at the doorstep of an English brother and sister in Valparaiso, Chile. She is raised by Miss Rose Sommers — a “spinster” who lives with her emotionally cold […]

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