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Letter sent on May 28, 2017

The Collection: To Remember, To Eat

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Recent Notes

Obsessing About What You Eat Is a Form of Narcissism by Nicole Russell | The Federalist

Righteous indignation is noxious, even about food

How Red Tape Leaves Foster Kids Out in the Cold by Naomi Schaefer Riley| New York Post

The foster system cannot keep up

The Cultural Revolution Eats Its Fathers by Maggie Gallagher| The Stream

How to walk on the wild side

Religious Freedom Includes the Right to Say “You Are Wrong” by Jennifer S. Bryson | Arc of the Universe

The bazaar case of Salem Abdel Gelil in Egypt

Variations on a theme: To Remember

“We aren’t the only country in the world to have a day to commemorate our war heroes, though we may be the sole nation that marks it with gluttony.” by Bethany Mandel | Acculturated

An American Poppy Appeal? by Leslie Loftis

From Enemies to Brothers by Veery Huleatt | Plough

A long look

How Abortion Activists Hijacked the Women’s Movement by Sue Ellen Browder | The Federalist

On November 18, 1967 in the Chinese Room of the Mayflower Hotel

From the magazine

Does anybody hate women more than feminists? by Trudy W. Schuett

Continuing: Collections of a Middle Age, Middle Income, Middle School Teacher: Why it’s okay if the envelope is empty by Dodi McVey Swayze

Don’t Hold Your Breath Waiting For “Anne With An E” to Become a Classic by Rachel Darnall

How to Pitch News to Women by Leslie Loftis

You’re Doing It Wrong by Adrianne Truett

Why I Won’t Give You a Cookie for Putting Up With My Screaming Toddler on a Plane by Rachel Darnall

And finally, a teaser to a show…

A Long Time Ago, In a Galaxy Not Far Away by Leslie Loftis and Georgi Boorman and Rachel Darnall


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