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Bui-Doi: They Are All Our Children, Too

I’m old enough to remember Vietnam. The horrific images of napalm warfare splashed across our TV screens. The propaganda. The rationalization. The fear. I remember in particular the images of the evacuation of Saigon, where helicopters airlifted out the last … Continue reading

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Truth, Justice, and the American Way

My partner Pam and I went to see Man of Steel yesterday. I wish we hadn’t. The iconic hero Superman is a part of every Baby Boomer’s history. George Reeves making his cheesy entrance flying through windows, or dashing into a … Continue reading

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