Monthly Archives: May 2012

David Simon on David Ettlin at the Baltimore Sun

David Ettlin at The Sun in the 80’s. Photo © Bonnie J. Schupp   I took this photo in the 80’s of my husband, David Ettlin, at work at The Sun. Well…”at work” is used loosely here. As I remember, … Continue reading

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Infidel and a Western Historical Perspective

I just finished reading Infideland Nomad by Ayaan Hirsi Ali. As someone who has believed strongly in diversity and the strength of multi-culturalism, her ideas shake things up for me as a liberal. She was a Muslim Somalian who escaped … Continue reading

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