Randi Kreiss
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It wasn’t easy to pull off, but last week I met my son and daughter for a mother-and-child reunion in Boulder, Colo. It was the first time since they grew up and moved out . . . more
We are living in a binary world now. We must be, because the word “binary” has become the “it” word. And it does seem to be the defining concept of the new normal: black or white, right or wrong, up or down. more
The great majority of women survive breast cancer. That’s what I’m thinking as Breast Cancer Awareness Month commences. I am reminding myself and other survivors that, despite the dreaded diagnosis and difficult treatment . . . more
"North Korea best not make any more threats to the United States . . . They will be met with fire and fury like the world has never seen." — President Trump more
A few weeks back, my kids and grandkids were sitting around the living room (dated reference) and having a conversation (really dated reference). A friend who’d stopped by . . . more
Sixteen years and counting. This year’s Sept. 11 remembrances stopped us, held us fast and then let us go. The deep tolling of the bells, the mournful strains of taps . . . more
As autumn spins into view on Force 12 winds, are you feeling what I’m feeling, that the moment is heavy with historic significance? more
Really, the world outside is conspiring to corrupt us. The mindless chatter is deafening, the distractions are pervasive and the temptation to indulge ourselves on every level is highly seductive. more
How do you create a presidential library for a man who doesn’t read books? Who can’t complete a coherent sentence? Who has no personal code of ethics? more
Economic sanctions have worked to varying degrees against bad actors around the world, including Iran, China, Russia and North Korea. At various points in time, our leaders realized . . . more
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