Source: Interregnum Mile: Chapter Eight Okay now, I’m just getting into this, with author, Morna McDermott, and it’s pretty gripping…‘bring your enemy into the tent if you want to eliminate them.’ [????] And it totally doesn’t help that this narrative draws relevance from current hot-button, socio-buzzword ridden headlines of today, while telling a story attempting […]
Source: Talking about mental health after mass shootings is a cop-out This is impressive commentary, by Fareed Zakaria, on what should be obvious to Americans by now. I would even go a step further, and call out the NRA as probably a criminal organization at this point, not unlike the Mob, of the early twentieth […]
Source: The mealy-mouthed cowardice of America’s elites after Charlottesville Very well-stated, by one of my favorites, Fareed Zakaria. This is no time to pull punches or stare at the clouds and ponder the ambiguities of what happened last weekend in Charlottesville, America. Either you’re in or you’re out.
Originally posted on John J Hogan:
To kick off the epilogue to this record of one of the most educational, enjoyable and hopefully pivotal periods of my life, I’ll go back to where I started over four months ago by quoting the late, great Hunter S. Thompson. After a friend had written to him asking…
Welcome to HH BlogAngel’s ‘Only on the Back Page’, 4th of July, 2017 at HarbourTown’s 18th fairway!
Source: Ethiopia – Part Three John Hogan gets a dose of Ethiopian hospitality poolside. And a dose of African sun.
DerricklWeston nails it again for me. Source: Feast or Famine
Source: Graduation Again, I have to share John Hogan’s journal from Nigeria. Including exciting video of graduation traditions at Wits University, ever reminding us of how precious access to education is, and how fortunate we are as Americans to ever be in a position to take it for granted. Thanks again, John!
Source: Charter Schools forEdualch This is a most important read for anyone who cares about the future of education for American children. You owe it to yourselves and your families to know why educators in this country are so concerned about the current state of this White House administration, as it relates to your kids […]
Source: Nigeria – Part Three I’m totally fascinated with John Hogan’s Nigerian trek, and quest, for interview with President Obasanjo. The first time I heard the term, “T.I.A.” was in the movie, Blood Diamond, that I loved so much, with Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Connelly, traipsing around Africa all those years ago.