‘There’s A Grief That Can’t Be Spoken …’

I searched for him for years and then, almost by accident, I found the story right there at home, in the Santa Fe New Mexican. Even odder, one of the stories, a front page story, was dated 1990, and I was LIVING in Santa Fe in 1990, and read the paper just about every day. How did I miss it? Continue reading

President Obama Comforts Newtown

Only days after the shooting that killed more than two dozen of its residents–mostly children–President Obama visited Newtown, Conn., Sunday to address a prayer vigil. Just as he did from the White House on Friday hours after the crime, Obama offered not only comfort and condolences, but urged further action … Continue reading

The Boss, Trayvon, America Is Still Waiting for Answers

The controversy over Trayvon Martin’s death continues as his father Tracy Martin, described “the police version of events in a meeting Wednesday with Washington Post reporters and editors,” and he told them “he did not believe the official account, which was conveyed to him two days after his 17-year-old son was … Continue reading