As headline after headline tells of a nation torn by race, I am taken to the rare thing few in the media talk about, but which I have been exploring...
In 1988 I wrote a commentary for the Gazette in which I described the extinct heath hen as an umbrella species.
When I was 16, before I got my driver’s license, I would bike seven miles each day after school to a gym to work out.
I first read Moby Dick in a college literature course focused on Melville, Twain, James and Faulkner. Many big books there, but the outstanding one...
Lately I have begun referring to myself as the incredible shrinking woman.
Hey, Trump supporters: I get it. The sub-five per cent unemployment figure ignores lots of working people who are suffering.
In November there will be an election that determines who will be running America, the land of opportunity — for some people.
The struggling economy is the most significant issue in America that the elected president should address.

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