Column: War Crimes

The U.S. and the Ukraine have much in common.  Both countries declared themselves independent of powerful nations that previously occupied and controlled them. They both faced military invasions as a consequence of their claims of independence. They both had numerous inhabitants that Continue reading “Column: War Crimes”

Column: The Wasteland

Before the bombardment of the Ukraine started, there was a small outbreak of polio.  It was too minor to receive much press coverage. Covid-19 was still an active problem in the Ukraine, but vaccines were being distributed, and there was no major opposition to Covid restrictions. Continue reading “Column: The Wasteland”

Easton Teen Raises Funds for Ukrainian Refugees in Poland  

For most Americans the Ukrainian-Russian war remains a distant event, but 14-year-old Easton resident Annie Gnidula is determined to make a difference. She has started a GoFundMe page to raise funds for Ukrainians seeking refuge in Poland after the Russian invasion of Ukraine began Continue reading “Easton Teen Raises Funds for Ukrainian Refugees in Poland  “