But I Had the Right-of-Way

For those of us who grew up in America suburbia, summer meant riding bikes with friends all day on unlimited paved streets, parking lots and sidewalks. There weren’t any rules. We would ride our bikes in the middle of the … Continue reading

Spoiled Catholic

One thing I do miss about living in the Washington D.C. area is the Arlington Diocese. When I first moved there I’d tell people that it felt like I converted to a new religion; from some new-age interpretation of Catholicism … Continue reading

Documenting Misdeeds

There are many things in life I don’t understand, one in particular is why people, corporations, and governments leave a paper trail of their nefarious behavior. Even before the Internet age, a lawsuit or the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) … Continue reading

Ukraine & Anti-Semitism: Same Story – Different Day

I wanted to enjoy my Easter weekend, so once again I avoided the news like the plague. I knew something new was askew in Ukraine, but I’d quickly exit the room before I heard any details, but there was no … Continue reading

Trespassing Cows

This Thursday,  April 17th is Holy Thursday, I will not have a post, so this post will serve to cover last week and this week. Think of it as a twofer. + Note: I know that 4 of my 5 … Continue reading