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Randi Kreiss
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Dylan’s mom and Daniel’s dad write to me often. In truth, I dread reading their emails; their words darken the day. But how wrenching it must be to write those words. These parents are leaders of the Sandy Hook Promise Foundation . . . more
The poet Dante Alighieri famously said, “The hottest places in hell are reserved for those who, in periods of moral crisis, maintain their neutrality.” Five months ago, when many of us realized that Donald Trump’s nomination was an awful possibility, I evoked this quotation . . . more
We all have our individual tipping points. Call it the moment when you start screaming at the TV. I began to crack around the edges last week . . . more
Every 3-year-old knows you can jump online and Google anything from where to buy a tasty new pacifier to how to cram for a top-tier preschool’s entrance exam. If you need to know it . . . more
Twenty-three years after the fact, I have decided to write about a personal time in my life. more
I married an older man, and this week he is turning 70. He is very old. And it is so cool. more
Remember Pat from “Saturday Night Live”? In 1990, when the character debuted, I laughed along with everyone else . . . more
Instead, he dances the tango in Buenos Aires. more
We aren’t going to hear from Otto F. Warmbier for a while. Last week, Warmbier, 21, was sentenced to 15 years in prison after he admitted to stealing a political poster from his hotel room during a five-day trip to Pyongyang, North Korea. more
An email lands in my in-box. It begins, “Randi, I am in awe of you.” The friendly opening greeting is a shock, so unlike the usual letters I get . . . more
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