Column: License to Kill

On October 21, 2021, a middle-aged, white woman was shot and killed in New Mexico. She was thought to be the victim of an accidental Colt 45 revolver discharge. The .45 caliber bullet passed through her and lodged in the shoulder of a co-worker standing behind her.  None of this Continue reading “Column: License to Kill”

Socialized Distancing

As I stood more than six feet from two of my acquaintances, I listened to their complaints about vaccination scheduling.  One recalled hours on the telephone to arrange an appointment for an elderly relative.  The other described the futility of attempting to get scheduled on-line Continue reading “Socialized Distancing”