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Wearing the Cresent Moon

Here come the terrorists The flood of refugees continues as not only Christians and Yazids flee the idyllic paradise of the Islamic State but Muslims too, fleeing by the millions. Now if I were a high ranking ISIS member I … Continue reading

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The Muslim Civil War

What can I say the day after Paris? How does one write anything meaningful in a world gone mad?  My fingers are on the keys yet I cannot find words. Those of you who waste your precious time reading this … Continue reading

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Wild Cherries

It was Autumn 2002. I was turning 60 years old and she and I were going to Paris. Paris,  Las Vegas. Neither of us had ever been to the Desert Mecca. I thought it might be fun. She had her … Continue reading

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