A Response to President McMickle’s 2018 Fall Convocation Address at Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School
— George Cassidy Payne Perhaps only an alumnus would have the audacity to set forth what I am about to do in this response. So let it be known from the onset that I experienced two of the[ Read More ]
— George Cassidy Payne I did something this weekend that would have been unthinkable in my previous life as a radical left wing social justice activist. I allowed for one of my essays to[ Read More ]
When all was quiet on the western front on the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month, 1918.
This morning my friend Dean and I visited the World War I veterans’ plot in Mt. Hope Cemetery to honor the 100th anniversary of the 11 a.m., November 11th, 1918 armistice ending hostilities[ Read More ]
Last week, Rochester celebrated an overdue event. As reported by WHAM13, Historic marker commemorates Frederick Douglass’ house in Rochester (11/05/18), a new plaque on the former site of[ Read More ]
Third party candidates and their supporters are quixotic yet admirable. If the United States was a parliamentary democracy as predominates in Europe, third parties would have more political[ Read More ]
— Michael J. Nighan A recent Talker article on the subject of nationalism included a photograph of a stone from the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Highland Park which references November 11,[ Read More ]