Helping the Homeless vs. Political Prattle

Helping the Homeless vs. Political Prattle

cursorily by | Aug 14, 2015 | ALUT, autism, Christians, De Blasio, Fellowship House, homelessness, Israel, Jews, Marie Antoinette, mentally ill, Michael Bloomberg, New York City, politicians, poor, rentals, Robin Hood

     Why are there so many more homeless people living in our streets? New Yorkers all over the city are asking.  No wonder Mayor De Blasio’s approval rating has plummeted. The New York Times reported that more than half of New York voters (53%) disapprove of the way...

Nest Getaway

how to buy disulfiram by | Aug 27, 2014 | air travel, autism, empty nest, family vacations, Gurney's Inn, Israel, Labor Day, massage, Montauk, national anthem, Pace University, romantic getaways, traffic, Vassar

    Could my husband Henry, our family tour guide and travel agent, plan one more exotic summer vacation for our WHOLE nuclear family? Not this year.  (See “Ottoman Odyssey,” 9/6/13 for last August’s adventure).           For one thing, it was impossible to predict...

Global Numbing

by | Jul 25, 2014 | 9/11, Afghanistan, baby boomers, Boko Haram kidnapping, Fukushima disaster, Gaza, global warming, greenhouse gases, gun lobby, Iraq, Israel, Malaysia Airlines, Newtown shooting, Putin, the 1960s, Vietnam War

     Growing up as a baby boomer, it seemed like the worst thing that ever happened was the Vietnam War.  My friends and I worried about all the young men (some of them boyfriends) who might be drafted and die in a war many people believed we shouldn’t even be...

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