Transcending Time: Jackie Campbell

  Jackie Campbell was a prolific writer. She began her career with the Providence Journal in Rhode Island. When she and her husband moved the family to Denver because of his work in the oil shale business, she began looking to connect with other people who could possibly work with her doing feature writing. She found me!


A “Living Wage” is Long Overdue: Let’s Try Using the Mafia Approach

A “Living Wage” is Long Overdue:  Let’s Try Using the Mafia Approach....Desperate people have no respect for property rights.  But, when there’s a revolution against economic injustice, it has a way of ending badly.  Maybe the mafia have a better idea.  Let’s try using a shakedown with the super-rich.  Call it a protection racket.   You can have your property rights in return for a “basic needs guarantee for the rest of us.”  Otherwise…


Interview with Alana Belle

Recently, we had the opportunity to interview singer, songwriter and filmmaker Alana Belle.


Combatants for Peace

From New Hampshire: Combatants for Peace


Why the “Fair Society” is the Way Forward

The New Narrative: Why the “Fair Society” is the Way Forward


New-Year Sprint Car Racing Resolutions

From Nebraska: New-Year Sprint Car Racing Resolutions


The “Centrist Reform Program”: An Agenda for the 21st Century

"The basic needs of all of our citizens are provided for -- all of the people, all of the time...." --Abraham Lincoln.


Do You Love What You Do?

From Chicago: Do You Love What You Do? Some thoughts on my professional path