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Friday, May 29, 2015
Randi Kreiss
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It makes psychological sense that in a culture where we are gradually losing control of decision-making and privacy, people would glom onto any power play that offers the illusion of autonomy. more
The catchwords late last week were “positive train control,” the technology that could prevent tragedies like last week’s Amtrak derailment in Philadelphia . . . more
After taking a scientific survey — three friends at lunch and two women at the next table — I fear that the younger generation is heading off a cliff. more
A majority of Americans, according to the Pew Research Center, support stepped-up military action against ISIS even though only one-third of those urging boots on the ground believe that we have a clear goal in sight. more
You can tell a lot about a person by the way he or she eats ice cream. My son-in-law, for example, mixes his ice cream with water . . . more
I have a terrific photo of my grandson, Jacob, running with the ball for a touchdown. He was 9 at the time . . . more
What if you’re a deeply religious, socially conservative man or woman, and you have a son or daughter who, at age 15, says he or she is gay or transgender? more
I’m not saying the sun isn’t shining as you read this (it’s always tricky to write about the weather) but the forecast looked dreadful this week. more
Nobody knew Andreas Lubitz before March 24, when the 27-year-old pilot deliberately flew a Germanwings airplane into a mountain in the French Alps . . . more
Occasionally, maybe once every 300 years, France actually does something that is intuitively correct, progressive and ethically enlightened. more
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