Monthly Archives: September 2018

Cold War Vet: The Rainbow Days

September 10, 2018 – Fifty-four years ago today I joined the Air Force. Nine of us adolescents were sworn in at an induction center in Syracuse and bused to Hancock Field for the flight to San Antonio’s Lackland Air Force … Continue reading

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Odyssey of a Would-Be Cartoonist, Part 7

September 6, 2018 – Herbert L. Block – Herblock as he signed his work – was my favorite editorial cartoonist when I was growing up. I decided as a young teenager that my fall-back goal in life (if for some … Continue reading

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One That Harry Got Right

September 4, 2018 – I was curious what President Truman was doing on my birthday, 72 years ago. I found this remarkable statement written on September 4, 1946, decrying the evils of discrimination and the harm it does to our … Continue reading

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