Category Archives: political campaigns

There’s something each of us can do about gun violence in the U.S.

It’s quite simple, does not take a lot of time and costs virtually nothing. In a 2010 special election, I voted for Kirsten Gillibrand for a full term for our second Senate seat. She had been in the House of … Continue reading

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“My cookie’s broke!”

Many years ago, while reading books on psychopathology, I picked up a cute real life story, probably from the best-seller, I’m OK – You’re OK, a practical guide to transactional analysis. I barely remembered how transactional analysis works (thus this … Continue reading

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Here’s what a Times reader says about Kathryn Garcia

Today, the readers’ comments to Ginia Bellafante’s Times article about the New York mayoral campaign decry the unproven attack on Scott Stringer. My favorite comment, though, has to do with Kathryn Garcia, whom both the Times and the Daily News … Continue reading

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