Monthly Archives: January 2019

Don’t-miss-it film alert!

“Not One Less” is its title.  The regular teacher at an impoverished rural Chinese primary school needs to take a month off to care for his ailing mother.  The only available sub is a 13-year-old girl from a neighboring village.  … Continue reading

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A “Catch” in the NFL and in MLB

The pro football season is drawing to a close and once again no little controversy has surrounded the NFL’s rules. If I had to pick, I’d say the two biggest issues this past season have been (1) what defines a … Continue reading

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Walking Back Flint’s Childhood Blood Lead Crisis

Published in the Shoshone News Press on Janurary 23, 2019. Chart borrowed from Mother Jones’ commentary on Gómez and Dietrich’s op-ed. Because I took an active part in the public debate over childhood blood lead levels here in Shoshone County in the … Continue reading

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