What I admire most about my Dad is also what most puzzles me—his capacity for acceptance. I have struggled to learn, or even to comprehend, his accepting attitude to life. He loved plants and children. He more than accepted the form growing things took in a given season, and their transformation over the years into… Continue reading Remembering Bob: on caring and acceptance
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Non-interference from the government isn’t enough to guarantee free speech, but it’s still the best we can do.
The problem with higher education is deeper than the withdrawal of support under
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