C.W. Gusewelle

From the summer splendor comes an uplifting study in green

With no particular destination in mind, we set off — my two daughters and I, with a family friend driving — for an unscripted tour of the countryside in the current fullness of the growing season. Most striking of all was the verdancy of the land itself.

C.W. Gusewelle

Hate isn’t a trait we have at birth

The plain fact is that we are not born into this world carrying a freight of racial or ethnic bias. They are not inherited defects. They are learned. The only evidence I can offer for that thesis are the experiences of my boyhood and young manhood.

C.W. Gusewelle

Extreme effects of climate change have plundered so many hopes

There is increasing scientific consensus that extreme heat contributes to the frequency of torrential rainfall and resulting deadly flash floods. That has been borne out by the weather pattern of this difficult spring and summer, in which periods of exceptional warmth and withering drought have been succeeded by seemingly relentless spells of heavy rain.

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