Monthly Archives: November 2014

Thoughts on Ferguson, Race and the Police

Over the last 36 hours, Ferguson, MO has burned after the Grand Jury decided not to indict Ofc Darren Wilson in the shooting of Michael Brown. News and social media have also been on fire of sorts with coverage and … Continue reading

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the whole fam damily

Since a recent post focused on my son Bersain (as many of them do), I figured it was time to pay homage to (or roast) the rest of the kids in the extended family too: Kirsten-16, the oldest of my … Continue reading

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Immigration imo

Last night President Obama laid out his executive decision plan on immigration. The measure will delay deportations of parents of citizens and underage undocumented immigrants and their families. It will also allow them to apply to work during that period. … Continue reading

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admission

Ok, I admit it. Sometimes I wish my kid were different. I wish he was more of a scholar when it comes to writing and math. I wish he didn’t get wild and fight getting dressed and ready for school … Continue reading

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Deep Thoughts with Bersain

Recently, Bersain has shared some interesting thoughts with me. Last week, he said he thought ISIS was behind the Ebola outbreak. I asked him if he had been watching FOX News again, as he is apt to do at my … Continue reading

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