How to Have Difficult Conversations

How to Have Difficult Conversations

Imagine sitting around a dinner table with your extended family.  Likely, most of them look like you and are people you know very well.  However, you have spent time over the last several months educating yourself on racism in our society.  Perhaps a comment is made...
Why “Perfect” is a Swear Word

Why “Perfect” is a Swear Word

We live in an age fueled by social media personas.  People love to put filters on their pictures, post their best angles, their promotions, their new homes, their engagements, etc.  We rarely see people sharing their acne, that they gained weight, that they got laid...
Making Election Day A National Holiday

Making Election Day A National Holiday

Election Day in the United States has taken place on the Tuesday following the first Monday in November since 1845.  The history of this is mainly to benefit farmers, a previously large population of voters. Since they were unable to travel to polling places during...
Prioritize the Post Office

Prioritize the Post Office

The global pandemic has accelerated the severity of already problematic finances at the USPS. Having the right to an inexpensive, public postal service in the US goes back further than most amendments in the Bill of Rights.  The postal service can reach all 150...