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In Search of a Climate Vaccine

By Tom Murray As I sat down to write this piece, my goal was to focus us on the celebration of the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, April 22, 2020.  Little did I know that we, as a global community, would at this time be focused not on what we have accomplished over the last 50 years to restore environmental sustainability or the growing threat to that sustainability caused by anthropomorphic climate change.  Instead, we… Read More

From the Inside

We have had about a month of solitary confinement now, and even though the news is leaning toward the virus peaking sometime in the nearer future, we still have a while to go. The economy was doing very well when Coronavirus hit us and then people began to drop in great numbers, businesses closed their doors putting workers out of jobs, leaving our nation in more of a turmoil. It is the time to quit… Read More

Between the Lines: Gadgets and Corona

By Fred Martel This article is brought to you via an iPhone. A few years ago, I invested in a portable Bluetooth keyboard. I haven’t used it until now. The reason is simple. We experienced a severe storm yesterday which knocked out power to more than 1300 homes. So, no Wi-Fi. Got out my cellular wireless modem. No service. Top that off with a Coronavirus quarantine and you can lose it or get creative. Read More

Inside Seer: The World in Crisis

By Pete Gardner I wanted to express my heartfelt sympathy to any of you out there that may have lost a loved one, friend or family member to this swiftly spreading Coronavirus. The almost utter disbelief that something like this could happen in our country and around the world in this day and age is shattering. The impact has been devastating on our health, human lives, and our economic stability. Trying to combat the spread… Read More

Inside Notes: Hidden in the Background

Georgia Director, Curtis Parrott I have found during my life that many things are hidden in the background. Secrets, lies, and deception have been with us since the beginning of time. It has basically caused family, friend and work issues, governments to be crushed, all the way up to the fall of civilizations. My Dad use to always tell me, “Son, don’t believe anything you hear and only half of what you see and you… Read More

Thinking Out Loud: Still Working Every Day

I have been thinking about those people who make a real difference in our lives. The people who go to work to make sure the rest of us can practice shelter-in-place. Professionals who expose themselves to whatever the world throws at them and just keep on, keeping on! Bruce Heberle One of my favorite people of all time was the late Father Ted Hesburgh, former president of Notre Dame. He walked with Martin Luther King,… Read More