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The Heartbreak Of Depression

I cried like a baby when I listened to the 911 call of U.S. Olympic skier Jeret “Speedy” Peterson.

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Taking My Sobriety To Southbeach

My trip to Miami and Southbeach for the NBA Finals has been unique for me on a couple of levels.

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The Holocaust At High Speed

There however,is still time for companies who have not adequately confronted their past to do so and re-brand themselves for the future without excuse or justification.

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Is Kicking A Jew A Hate Crime?

Is Kicking A Jew A Hate Crime?

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The Mirage Of A Federal Medical Marijuana Defense

There is still no Federal Medical Marijuana Defense

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Sean Stopperich And The SMU Death Penalty

As I sit here watching the ESPN 30/30 special on the SMU “pay for play” scandal, I think back to my friendship with one of the key figures, not mentioned.

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The New York City Marathon And A Pizza

I am back in the Big Apple for the New York City Marathon as a spectator for the first time since I ran it in 1999.

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Free Speech And Hate Speech In Social Networks

I came across an interesting piece about cyber-bullying of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender teens on Facebook and the steps the social network was taking to combat it.

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The Holocaust At High Speed

There however is still time for companies who have not adequately confronted their past to do so and re-brand themselves for the future without excuse or justification.

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Dancing The Holocaust

Adolek Kohn has earned the right to “dance his experience” any damn place he pleases.

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A Good Day To Kill A Jew?

People are more interested In Mark Zuckerberg’s quirks and dalliances than they are about real issues affecting all of us in that network.

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The Right To Render A Nazi Salute

In 2002, Robert Norse, a known local homeless activist, rendered a Nazi style salute in an attempt to disrupt a Santa Cruz city council meeting.

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