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March 2012

Dieticians Don’t Have All The Answers

Recently I was asked to comment on a “healthy recipe” by an Arizona dietician. I find dietician and Cordon-Bleu educated chef, Michelle Dudash way off base with her recipe in the Arizona Republic: Oven-Baked Cheese Sticks with Marinara Sauce. Dieticians don’t have all the answers as is clearly revealed in...

Unwed Mothers – Now a Majority

When I was a teenager in the 1950’s, the stigma attached to being an “unwed mother” was something to be avoided at all costs. The very notion of bringing a baby into the world without a father, or face the prospect of a “shotgun wedding” was considered a fate worse...

Moneyball – Is Good

I have never been a baseball fan. In fact, baseball was my nemesis as a kid growing up. Every morning in spring, before the school bell rang, there would be a scrub baseball (softball) game on the hardscrabble grounds of the school yard. I got picked last. I couldn’t throw,...

People V. The State of Illusion

On the subject of films, look out for an intriguing independent film by Austin Vickers. Vickers began his career as a trial lawyer for one of the largest law firms in the world. He later went in-house with a Fortune 100 company where he served as General Counsel for one...