The Forgotten American

If I read one more think piece about what constitutes a 'real' American, or what alphabetized or categorized or hypothesized list of attributes define a 'real' American, I'm going to scream. If I read one more newspaper article, or book blurb, or journal piece by men and women with glasses and thoughtful looks in their... Continue Reading →

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Vive la Révolution

No one expects a revolution. Oh sure, uprisings are almost always the result of powder kegs of inequity and frustration built up over time, but no one can accurately predict the stray match which lights up the night. Who would have predicted a dearth of French cake or a shipload of too-taxed tea would be... Continue Reading →

To My White Friends…We Have to Do Better

If you're white, I need you to stop for a minute. Take a deep breath. Actually, take ten, this may take a while. This post isn't about making anyone feel guilty. I'm not going to call anyone a racist. I'm certainly not going to tell anyone they don't deserve whatever they've worked to achieve in... Continue Reading →

For the Greater Good

I'm a parent. I'm supposed to be teaching my kids, guiding them, yet I'm continually humbled by how much I learn from them whenever I stop to watch and listen. Recently we took a trip to the local science museum--because science is real, and fun, and interesting, and because my kids always do better in... Continue Reading →

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D.E. Haggerty

Writer, Blogger, Book Addict

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