Monthly Archives: June 2020

Bridge to Nowhere (revisited)

A Storm. Pandemic. Unemployment. Fear. Mass protests for justice. Social disruption. A storm. A river moves. A bridge to nowhere. What do we do when the river moves? Several years ago, I stumbled on a photo of a bridge in Honduras. The bridge spanned the Choluteca River. It had survived the devastating destruction of Hurricane […]

President Trump incapable of providing vital direction and unity

My letter to the editor (Kamloops This Week, June 2, 2020) concerning┬áthe moral failure of President Trump. Alas, the confusion, tumult and ethical disarray of the US administration has fallout north of the border. “As a Canadian, I tend to not comment on U.S. politics. I am aware of our need for addressing our issues […]