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I love my country, and all that it affords me — freedom to speak my mind, pursuit of success and happiness, the ability to worship as I choose, an expectation of representation in government and the chance to participate in selection of those representatives.

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I am far from the first media person to opine about how our digital world has changed the public discourse, and I certainly won't be the last.

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In this age of #metoo (that's hashtag me too for readers of my generation), it feels a little wrong, maybe even a little dangerous, to write a column about men.

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What do you think about entities offering preferential treatment to one type of person over another, or one type of business over another?

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As far as I can tell, we humans have been trying to find out what's going to happen in the future pretty much since human time has began.

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One of the fun things about this job is the chance to rub shoulders with show biz celebrities, political leaders and the like.

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I've talked here before about how change in our world is speeding up exponentially.

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In many ways, I consider this last column before Christmas the most important column of the year.

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I don't know about you, but I consider Christmas a full employment for postal workers holiday.

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I know some families go around the table when they sit down for Thanksgiving dinner, asking each person what they are thankful for — no pressure. Just say you're thankful for family.

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I was at a dinner last week (I'm at a dinner most weeks) where the keynote speaker was the Sacramento bureau chief for the Los Angeles Times.

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I’ve done my best to avoid it, but it appears it is time for me to weigh in on the Great Scooter Controversy.

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I've been writing about NIMBYism literally for decades — for so long, in fact, that I once thought I was the one who coined the term.

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One of the toughest things I can think of to teach a youngster — or anyone, for that matter — is that actions have consequences.