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April 22nd, 2017

Check out the Adobe Spark page where I share photos and a video of today's Salem March for Science on the capitol mall -- plus some commentary on the event. My wife and I hugely enjoyed the inspiring speakers, signs,...

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April 21st, 2017

Last Wednesday I managed to drag my retired body and mind to an astoundingly early 9 a.m. meeting of the Streetscape Committee at the Urban Development office in downtown Salem. Carole Smith, an early and ongoing proponent of streetscaping downtown...

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April 19th, 2017

We usually think that religions require people to believe in certain things. Like God, heaven, life after death. But what if religiosity is more akin to a tune you just can't get out of your head than a consciously arrived-at...

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April 17th, 2017

¿Dónde estará el primero de Mayo?

Los inmigrantes están bajo ataque. Lo hemos visto recientemente con las detenciones injustas de trabajadores indocumentados, miembros de familias y soñadores en nuestra comunidad. ¿Se unirá con nosotros y se opondrá al odio al marchar con cientos de apoyantés por la igualdad y el respet

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April 14th, 2017

Some holidays are secular, like the Fourth of July or President's Day. It doesn't bother me when businesses close on a genuinely national holiday. But Easter? It's a purely Christian day, a celebration of Jesus supposedly being resurrected from the...

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April 10th, 2017

Rules are fine. Except when they aren't. For me, one of the most enjoyable things about giving up on the ridiculousness of religion is no longer having to comply with rigid rules, dogmas, commandments, rituals, and such. Every religion has...

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