Cities vote to support impeachment investigation

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I urge my hometown of Philadelphia to join other cities across the country like Los Angeles, Berkeley, Alameda, Richmond, Charlotte, Cambridge in passing a resolution to support for any legislative action to investigate Trump’s possible violation of the Foreign Emoluments Clause of the Constitution. We can not rely on federal government to complete an investigation of […]

Forming an action plan before setting a goal = FAIL

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Tonight the nation prepares for the next imminent failure of Congress in its efforts to reform the nation’s health care policy. By the end of the week we will likely read headlines that the efforts of our nation’s leadership landed in the scrap heap again. Why? There is a simple but important lesson here for all […]

Charging bull and defiant girl at the bayshore

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This sculpture exhibit and the associated story in Wall Street Journal this week perfectly symbolize for me where we stand today in the evolution of humanity. It strikes a chord with me personally having transitioned from Wall Street to environmental advocacy and now facing the threats of institutional power. This week the small business nonprofit […]

Missing the Meaning of Trump (WSJ editorial)

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This editorial published Tuesday titled “Missing the Meaning of Trump” is the most persuasive piece I’ve read in a long while. The author, Holman W. Jenkins Jr. (57) is a member of the Wall Street Journal Editorial Board who grew up in Swarthmore, Pennsylvania (near me). Notable excerpts: “the Donald Trump show is likely to remain, […]