Monthly Archives: July 2006

If I Had a Million Readers

You’ve probably already heard about what’s going on in Arizona. According to an article in The New York Times earlier this week, in an effort to increase voter turnout at the polls, there is a proposal being considered which would offer one million dollars to one randomly selected voter in every general election. That’s right. Vote in the election, win a million. Although perhaps not the shortest path to reassuring voters that our already embattled electoral process is on the […] Click to read more…

 

Flash Your Insight

It was July of 1993, and my son Evan was five months old. As any new parent knows, new babies require a lot of maintenance, and those first few months are exhausting. The good news for my wife Linda and me was that at five months, Evan was already sleeping through the night. The bad news unfortunately, was that the night was only three hours long. And so at around 5 a.m. on this particular Sunday morning, Evan was already […] Click to read more…