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The Calendar, The Nuts, And A Long-Ago Time In A Faraway Place

No political punching today. This year’s terrific NCAA tournament (my bracket was busted in about a minute and a half) has put me in a good frame of mind. So, let me tell you a story. Long ago, in a galaxy far, far away, a 23-year-old, newly minted, Infantry 2nd Lieutenant Airborne Ranger with my […]

Updates On Recent Stories I Covered

Israel’s judicial crisis continues as far right bills advance in Knesset In mid-February I wrote about Israel’s descent into judicial chaos. Israel had gone through three elections in late 2022 to elect a new government. To regain power, the historically conservative Likud Party, headed by Benjamin Netanyahu, joined in a coalition with five right-wing and […]

Ukraine: One Year In And It’s 1915 All Over Again

This morning, politicians, diplomats, generals, and just plain folks all over Europe and America are asking the same questions: Where do we go from here and how do we get there? One year ago today, Vladimir Putin launched his Blitzkrieg invasion of Ukraine. It failed to capture the capital Kyiv. This is reminiscent of the […]

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