Father

Father’s Day.  For some the day is a challenge of emotions caused by a distant, abusive or absent father.  Others spend an awkward day required by a divorce decree.  Many reflect on a dad who is no longer living.  Fathers aren’t perfect, but we have a heavenly father who is and he built within dads…

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Seriously.  With so much need and so little time, where do I get started?  Can I really make a difference anyway?  These are great questions.  Here are some other questions to consider: 1.  What are you passionate about?  Human Trafficking, Mass Incarceration, Global Warming, Access to Justice, Immigration…   It could be a  l o…

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So a Christian, a Jew and a Muslim walk into a hotel… Far from a joke, this is a historic presentation on how all Americans can work together toward achieving justice for all.  The presentation takes place this week at the American Bar Association’s Equal Justice Conference in Portland, Oregon.  The presentation entitled, “Restoring Faith…

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Much will be said about the State of the Union Address delivered by President Obama last night.  What will likely not be commented on in the main stream media is the use of the word “Access”.  Six times the President emphasized the need for access to higher education, preschool education, jobs, health care, savings and…

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