The Korean Peninsula

The handshake and the stepping across the line at Panmunjon yesterday were of more than symbolic significance.  It passes with more than routine notice: a step on a long road ahead, hopefully between two sovereign nations, together, rather than manipulated by some Greater Power(s). I’ve written about Korea a few times, most recently here. A […]

Waiting around….

NOTE TO READERS: For some months my wordpress was being cantankerous with me. At first, it wasn’t allowing me to do edits. The disease seemed progressive. I had grandiose thoughts that I had been hacked, and was being silenced. Finally, I called Jody, who’d first put me on the internet 16 years ago, and set […]

Special Events in Minneapolis MN

(click to enlarge) Printable pdf: World Law Day 2018-05 Louisa Hext FLYER Reservations requested for the May 1 dinner, information on the Flyer. This will be the 6th World Law Day program, continuing a tradition which began in 1964. Exhibit continues for eight more days, including Sunday 2-5 p.m. and Monday noon to 4 p.m. […]

Martin Luther King Jr.

Today is the 50th anniversary of the death of Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. Dr. King’s life is not a new subject for me. I put his name in my own search box and it shows up in 43 different posts. Here’s the photo I used September 5, 2011. This book was a gift from […]